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Title: A review of the mobile LIDAR system developed at the CSIR and a proposed improvement of the system
Authors: Shikwambana, L
Sivakumar, V
Sharma, A
Keywords: Light detection and ranging
LIDAR
Radar
Light pulses
Issue Date: Jul-2012
Citation: Shikwambana, L, Sivakumar, V and Sharma, A. A review of the mobile LIDAR system developed at the CSIR and a proposed improvement of the system. 57th Annual Conference of the SA Institute of Physics (SAIP 2012), Pretoria, 9-13 July 2012
Series/Report no.: Workflow;9566
Abstract: LIDAR is an acronym for light detection and ranging, it is analogous to radar (radio detection and ranging), except that it is based on discrete light pulses and measured travel times. We report on the mobile LIDAR system developed at the CSIR-National Laser Centre. We show some measurements that have been done with this system. We also show the alterations planned to improve the system.
Description: 57th Annual Conference of the SA Institute of Physics (SAIP 2012), Pretoria, 9-13 July 2012
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/6105
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