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A Study on the Algorithm Development of End-point Position Tracking for Aerial Work Platform with Bend-linked Boom
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A Study on the Algorithm Development of End-point Position Tracking for Aerial Work Platform with Bend-linked Boom
Oh, Seok-Hyung; Hong, Yong;
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 Abstract
In this research work, an algorithm development on tracking end-point of aerial work platform with jib profile and bend-linked boom was carried out to find the X, Y and Z direction value using coordinate transformation matrix. This matrix consists of device status value(length and angle) based on camera position axis, which are sent from device controller PLUS+1 by CAN protocol. These values are used to measure the distance and angle from the camera to the end-point. Using these distance and angle value, monitoring system controls FAN/TILT/ZOOM status of camera to get an adequate scene of workplace. This program was written in Java, C# and C for mobile device. These results provide the information to the aerial work device for secure operation.
 Keywords
Aerial work device;End-point tracking;Transfer matrix;OpenGL;Camera scene control;Pan angle;Tilt angle;
 Language
Korean
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