Single-plane versus three-plane methods for relative range error evaluation of medium-range 3D imaging systems

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DOIResolve DOI: http://doi.org/10.1117/12.2179591
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TypeArticle
Journal titleSPIE Proceedings
ISSN0277-786X
1996-756X
ISBN9781628416886
Volume9528
Subjectrelative range error; 3D imaging system; lidar; performance assessment; medium-range optical non-contact 3D imaging system; terrestrial laser scanners; ASTM E57 standards development
AbstractWithin the context of the ASTM E57 working group WK12373, we compare the two methods that had been initially proposed for calculating the relative range error of medium-range (2 m to 150 m) optical non-contact 3D imaging systems: the first is based on a single plane (single-plane assembly) and the second on an assembly of three mutually non-orthogonal planes (three-plane assembly). Both methods are evaluated for their utility in generating a metric to quantify the relative range error of medium-range optical non-contact 3D imaging systems. We conclude that the three­ plane assembly is comparable to the single-plane assembly with regard to quantification of relative range error while eliminating the requirement to isolate the edges of the target plate face.
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AffiliationNational Research Council Canada; Measurement Science and Standards
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