A long-distance, high-efficiency "cat’s-eye" target laser active detection method based on the characteristics of target echo spectral segments was proposed. Considering the target echo generation condition, multiple sets of different wavebands, high-frequency and short-pulse detection lasers are used to obtain the high-precision distance value of the detection target, and simultaneously record the echo intensity information of the detection signal for different spectral segments. Analyze the relationship between the target distance, the target feature, the probe band and the beam quality, correlate the distance with the spectrum information, calculate and identify whether the target is a "cat’s eye" target. In the experiment, 1064nm and 1550nm laser sources are used to detect and analyze different types of targets. The test results show that the detection method can quickly and effectively obtain the multi-spectral echo reflection characteristics of the target, and achieve the "Cat’s Eye" target detection in the kilometer range. Effectively reducing the number required for target identifies feature points, improves the recognition efficiency and accuracy, and reduces false alarms.
Online 3-D laser-scanner is a non-contact measurement system with high speed, high precision and easy operation, which can be used to measure heavy and high-temperature forgings. But the current online laser measurement system is mainly a mobile light indicator, which can only be used in the limited environment and lacks the capability of 3-D accurate measurement. This paper mainly introduces the structure of the online high-speed real-time 3-D measurement for heavy high-temperature forgings of Academy of Opto-Electronics (AOE), Chinese Academy of Sciences. Combining TOF pulse distance measurement with hybrid scan mode, the system can scan and acquire point cloud data of an area of 20m×10m with a 75°×40° field of view at the distance of 20m. The entire scanning time is less than 5 seconds with an accuracy of 8mm, which can meet the online dimensional measurement requirements of heavy high-temperature forgings.