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Unmanned Aircraft Platform Based Real-time LiDAR Data Processing Architecture for Real-time Detection Information
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 Title & Authors
Unmanned Aircraft Platform Based Real-time LiDAR Data Processing Architecture for Real-time Detection Information
Eum, Junho; Berhanu, Eyassu; Oh, Sangyoon;
 
 Abstract
LiDAR(Light Detection and Ranging) technology provides realistic 3-dimension image information, and it has been widely utilized in various fields. However, the utilization of this technology in the military domain requires prompt responses to dynamically changing tactical environment and is therefore limited since LiDAR technology requires complex processing in order for extensive amounts of LiDAR data to be utilized. In this paper, we introduce an Unmanned Aircraft Platform Based Real-time LiDAR Data Processing Architecture that can provide real-time detection information by parallel processing and off-loading between the UAV processing and high-performance data processing areas. We also conducted experiments to verify the feasibility of our proposed architecture. Processing with ARM cluster similar to the UAV platform processing area results in similar or better performance when compared to the current method. We determined that our proposed architecture can be utilized in the military domain for tactical and combat purposes such as unmanned monitoring system.
 Keywords
LiDAR data;unmanned aircraft platform;real-time detection information;ARM Cluster;
 Language
Korean
 Cited by
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Real-Time Motion Tracking for Indoor Moving Sphere Objects with a LiDAR Sensor, Sensors, 2017, 17, 9, 1932  crossref(new windwow)
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