23 September 2014 Control architecture for an adaptive electronically steerable flash lidar and associated instruments
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An Electronically Steerable Flash Lidar (ESFL), developed by Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corporation, allows realtime adaptive control of configuration and data-collection strategy based on recent or concurrent observations and changing situations. This paper reviews, at a high level, some of the algorithms and control architecture built into ESFL. Using ESFL as an example, it also discusses the merits and utility such adaptable instruments in Earth-system studies.
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Lyle Ruppert, Jeremy Craner, Timothy Harris, "Control architecture for an adaptive electronically steerable flash lidar and associated instruments", Proc. SPIE 9223, Remote Sensing System Engineering V, 92230A (23 September 2014); doi: 10.1117/12.2063408; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2063408
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