Radar and vision sensors calibration for outdoor 3D reconstruction

@article{Natour2015RadarAV,
  title={Radar and vision sensors calibration for outdoor 3D reconstruction},
  author={Ghina El Natour and Omar Ait-Aider and R. Rouveure and F. Berry and P. Faure},
  journal={2015 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA)},
  year={2015},
  pages={2084-2089}
}
In this paper we introduce a new geometric calibration algorithm, and a geometric method of 3D reconstruction using a panoramic microwave radar and a camera. These two sensors are complementary, considering the robustness to environmental conditions and depth detection ability of the radar on one hand, and the high spatial resolution of a vision sensor on the other hand. This makes the approach well adapted for large scale outdoor cartography. Firstly, we address the global calibration problem… Expand
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