1 March 1996 Infrared sensor for the detection and protection of wildlife
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Optical Engineering, 35(3), (1996). doi:10.1117/1.601005
Abstract
A new application of IR sensors for the detection of game is presented. The device detects wildlife (mammals, birds) by using the difference in IR radiation of wildlife and its environment (meadow, field). The system can be used to save the animals’ lives during mowing actions as well as for wildlife management purposes such as surveying and registration. The aspects of development and system layout are explained. The design is based on a model that describes the scenario (radiation, dynamics) and the features of important components (optics, detector, electronics). With reference to the simulation results, the device is constructed and basic optoelectronic parameters are investigated. First experiences concerning field measurements are given.
Peter Haschberger, Michael Bundschuh, Volker Tank, "Infrared sensor for the detection and protection of wildlife," Optical Engineering 35(3), (1 March 1996). http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/1.601005
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Sensors

Infrared sensors

Temperature metrology

Analog electronics

Animal model studies

Fresnel lenses

pyroelectric detectors

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