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Iceberg Detection in Low Visibility Conditions via Infra-Red Sensors: Processing and Modelling of Field Data
This article deals with Short Wave Infra-Red (SWIR) and Long Wave Infra-Red (LWIR) imaging sensors for detecting icebergs in harsh metocean conditions. Field data acquired during the Statoil Offshore Newfoundland Research Expedition 2015 (ONRE15) is analyzed. The analysis is supported by a numerical...
Design tool for TOF and SL based 3D cameras
Active illumination 3D imaging systems based on Time-of-flight (TOF) and Structured Light (SL) projection are in rapid development, and are constantly finding new areas of application. In this paper, we present a theoretical design tool that allows prediction of 3D imaging precision. Theoretical exp...
Iceberg detection in low visibility conditions using infra-re sensors, processing and modelling of field data
Electronic Waste recycling using 3D, x-ray imaging and chemical composition identification
Evaluating nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) as a robust reference method for online spectroscopic measurement of water holding capacity (WHC)
The potential of using NMR as a reference method for WHC measurement in porcine longissimus dorsi was investigated. The accuracy of NMR when measuring small water changes was assessed in a model system and in muscles. Visible/near infrared (Vis/NIR) and X-ray were used as potential online spectrosco...
X-ray scanning to guarantee meat tenderness
Iceberg Remote Sensing in Arctic Harsh Conditions
Ice remote sensing is a critical element of ice management for oil and gas operations in Arctic waters. Both strategic and tactical decisions related to drilling and production operations are significantly influenced by the ice detection capabilities. Common ship borne remote sensing systems today i...