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4 March 2016 Industrial robot's vision systems
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Due to the improved economic situation in the high technology sectors, work on the creation of industrial robots and special mobile robotic systems are resumed. Despite this, the robotic control systems mostly remained unchanged. Hence one can see all advantages and disadvantages of these systems. This is due to lack of funds, which could greatly facilitate the work of the operator, and in some cases, completely replace it. The paper is concerned with the complex machine vision of robotic system for monitoring of underground pipelines, which collects and analyzes up to 90% of the necessary information. Vision Systems are used to identify obstacles to the process of movement on a trajectory to determine their origin, dimensions and character. The object is illuminated in a structured light, TV camera records projected structure. Distortions of the structure uniquely determine the shape of the object in view of the camera. The reference illumination is synchronized with the camera. The main parameters of the system are the basic distance between the generator and the lights and the camera parallax angle (the angle between the optical axes of the projection unit and camera).
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Radda A. Iureva, Evgeni O. Raskin, Igor I. Komarov, Nadezhda K. Maltseva, and Michael E Fedosovsky "Industrial robot's vision systems", Proc. SPIE 9742, Physics and Simulation of Optoelectronic Devices XXIV, 97421R (4 March 2016);


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