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Real-Time Detection, Registration and Recognition Using Pixel-Level Fusion of Active/Passive Imagery

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Real-Time Detection, Registration and Recognition Using Pixel-Level Fusion of Active/Passive Imagery
  -  A  system  has  been  developed  whereby  active  ladar  and  passive  electro-optic  imaging  data  are  aligned  in  hardware  at  the  pixel  level.  The  resulting  arrays  of  fully  aligned,  high-dimension  feature  data  permit  dense  point  matching  in  three  spatial  dimensions  for  enhanced  real-time  detection,  registration  and  target  recognition.  Military  applications  for  which  this  technology is being developed or assessed include precision tactical targeting,  Precision Controlled Reference Image Base (CRIB) production and automatic  registration of targeting data into the CRIB. Civil applications include 3D city  modelling,  real-time  airborne  mapping,  post-disaster  reconnaissance,  floodplain  and  coastline  mapping,  drug  interdiction  target  detection,  environmental  monitoring,  and  search  and  rescue.  The  system  combines  the ...
Alan Steinberg, Robert Pack
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Type Conference
Year 2003
Where DICTA
Authors Alan Steinberg, Robert Pack
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