TECHNICAL VISION SYSTEM FOR THE ROBOTIC MODEL OF SURFACE VESSEL
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For citation: Gromov V.S., Vlasov S.M., Borisov O.I., Pyrkin A.A. Technical vision system for the robotic model of surface vessel. Scientific and Technical Journal of Information Technologies, Mechanics and Optics, 2016, vol. 16, no. 4, pp. 749–752. doi: 10.17586/2226-1494-2016-16-4-749-752
The paper presents results of work on creation of technical vision systems within the training complex for the verification of control systems by the model of surface vessel. The developed system allows determination of the coordinates and orientation angle of the object of control by means of an external video camera on one bench mark and without the need to install additional equipment on the object of control itself. Testing of the method was carried out on the robotic complex with the model of a surface vessel with a length of 430 mm; coordinates of the control object were determined with the accuracy of 2 mm. This method can be applied as a subsystem of receiving coordinates for systems of automatic control of surface vessels when testing on the scale models.
Acknowledgements. The work was performed at the Control Systems and Informatics Department of ITMO University and was partially financially supported by the Government of the Russian Federation (Goszadanie 2014/190 (project 2118))
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