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Karl Henrik Haugholt

Senior Research Scientist

Karl Henrik Haugholt

Senior Research Scientist

Karl Henrik Haugholt
Phone: +47 930 03 539
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Department: Smart Sensor Systems
Office: Oslo

Publications and responsibilities

Publication
https://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/1648129/

High-quality video observations are very much needed in underwater environments for the monitoring of several ecosystem indicators and to support the sustainable development and management of almost all activities in the ocean. Reliable video observations are however challenging to collect, because...

Authors Patrizio Mariani Inaki Quincoces Karl Henrik Haugholt Yves Chardard André W. Visser Chris Yates Giuliano Piccino Giancarlo Reali Petter Risholm Jens T Thielemann
Year 2018
Type Academic article
Publication
https://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/1620929/

We present a range-gated camera system designed for real-time (10 Hz) 3D estimation underwater. The system uses a fast-shutter CMOS sensor (1280×1024 1280×1024 ) customized to facilitate gating with 1.67 ns (18.8 cm in water) delay steps relative to the triggering of a solid-state actively 𝑄 Q...

Authors Petter Risholm Jostein Thorstensen Jens T Thielemann Kristin Kaspersen Jon Tschudi Chris Yates Chris Softley Igor Abrosimov Jonathan Alexander Karl Henrik Haugholt
Year 2018
Type Academic article
Publication
https://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/1567223/

In this article the development of a newly designed Time-of-Flight (ToF) image sensor for underwater applications is described. The sensor is developed as part of the project UTOFIA (underwater time-of-flight image acquisition) funded by the EU within the Horizon 2020 framework. This project aims to...

Authors Adrian Driewer Igor Abrasimov Jonathan Alexander Marc Benger Marion O Farrell Karl Henrik Haugholt Chris Softley Jens T Thielemann Jostein Thorstensen Chris Yates
Year 2017
Type Academic article
Publication
https://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/1255450/

Structured light is a robust and accurate method for 3D range imaging in which one or more light patterns are projected onto the scene and observed with an off-axis camera. Commercial sensors typically utilize DMD- or LCD-based LED projectors, which produce good results but have a number of...

Authors Øystein Skotheim Henrik Schumann-Olsen Jostein Thorstensen Anna N. Kim Matthieu Jean P Lacolle Karl Henrik Haugholt Thor Bakke
Year 2015
Type Academic article