Low-cost compact MEMS scanning LADAR system for robotic applications

@inproceedings{Moss2012LowcostCM,
  title={Low-cost compact MEMS scanning LADAR system for robotic applications},
  author={Robert Moss and Ping Yuan and Xiaogang Bai and Emilio T. Quesada and Rengarajan Sudharsanan Spectrolab and Barry L. Stann and J Francis Dammann and Mark M. Giza},
  year={2012}
}
Future robots and autonomous vehicles require compact low-cost Laser Detection and Ranging (LADAR) systems for autonomous navigation. Army Research Laboratory (ARL) had recently demonstrated a brass-board short-range eye-safe MEMS scanning LADAR system for robotic applications. Boeing Spectrolab is doing a tech-transfer (CRADA) of this system and has built a compact MEMS scanning LADAR system with additional improvements in receiver sensitivity, laser system, and data processing system… CONTINUE READING

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