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Pole Position Detection Method by Using Pole and Character Recognition
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Pole Position Detection Method by Using Pole and Character Recognition
Choi, Woo-Yong; Park, Jong-Gook; Lee, Byeong-Gon; Joo, Yong-Hwan; Han, Seung-Hun;
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 Abstract
In this paper, we proposed pole position detection system for providing exact location information to users. The proposed system consists of pole recognition part and pole number recognition part. Above all, exact pole recognition is carried out by PDD(Pole Detection Device). And recognition of pole number is performed by PID(Pole Inspection Device). Acquired image by using line scan camera is judged whether it is free bracket or not through image processing. When it is judged as free bracket, pole number image is acquired by OCR camera and recognized by OCR. By recognizing pole number, exact location information is provided to user.
 Keywords
Location information;Pole position detection system;Pole recognition;OCR;
 Language
Korean
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