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4 May 2007 ASTM E57 3D imaging systems committee: an update on the standards development effort
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In June 2006, a new ASTM committee (E57) was established to develop standards for 3D imaging systems. This committee is the result of a 4-year effort at the National Institute of Standards and Technology to develop performance evaluation and characterization methods for such systems. The initial focus for the committee will be on standards for 3D imaging systems typically used for applications including, but not limited to, construction and maintenance, surveying, mapping and terrain characterization, manufacturing (e.g., aerospace, shipbuilding), transportation, mining, mobility, historic preservation, and forensics. This paper reports the status of current efforts of the ASTM E57 3D Imaging Systems committee.
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Alan M. Lytle, Gerry Cheok, and Kamel Saidi "ASTM E57 3D imaging systems committee: an update on the standards development effort", Proc. SPIE 6550, Laser Radar Technology and Applications XII, 65500D (4 May 2007); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.724770
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