Determining geometric error model parameters of a terrestrial laser scanner through Two-face, Length-consistency, and Network methods.

@article{Wang2017DeterminingGE,
  title={Determining geometric error model parameters of a terrestrial laser scanner through Two-face, Length-consistency, and Network methods.},
  author={Ling Wang and B. Muralikrishnan and Prem Rachakonda and Daniel S. Sawyer},
  journal={Measurement science & technology},
  year={2017},
  volume={28 6}
}
Terrestrial laser scanners (TLS) are increasingly used in large-scale manufacturing and assembly where required measurement uncertainties are on the order of few tenths of a millimeter or smaller. In order to meet these stringent requirements, systematic errors within a TLS are compensated in-situ through self-calibration. In the Network method of self-calibration, numerous targets distributed in the work-volume are measured from multiple locations with the TLS to determine parameters of the… CONTINUE READING

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