This chip is truly an enabling technology for a host of systems and may one day revolutionize LADAR in much the same way that ESAs revolutionized RADAR.
What does LDERF stand for?
LDERF stands for LADAR(Laser Radar) Development and Evaluation Research Facility (US DoD)
This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
- Louis Dreyfus Energy Holdings, Ltd. (UK)
- Laboratorio de Estudios Interculturales (Spanish: Intercultural Studies Laboratory; University of Granada)
- Longman Dictionary of English Language and Culture
- Licensed Direct-Entry Midwife
- Loading Dock Equipment Manufacturers
- Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory (Columbia University)
- Limited Donor Exposure Programme
- Lincoln-Douglas Education Project (Geneva, NY)
- Local Development and Employment Pact (UK)
- Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality
- Light Duty Ejector Release Unit
- Leader Development and Education for Sustained Peace (Monterey, CA)
- Lateral Digital Extensor Tendon
- Low-Delay Embedded Transmission
- Lactose Dehydrogenase-Elevating Virus
- License and Document Evaluator (US Coast Guard)
- Logical Device (number)
- Landing Exercise
- Laboratory Director's Funds
- Lac du Flambeau (Wisconsin)
Samples in periodicals archive:
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Researchers have already combined their technological ingenuity to morph the Talon, a man-portable tracked vehicle, into a new autonomous system for small robots, equipped with customized sensors, an in-house INS/ GPS unit, a 360-degree camera system and a 360 LADAR (laser radar) scanner.
The applications addressed in the book include, among others, a LADAR guidance system using prism pairs, aplanatic prism spectrography, a reflecting wedge prism for an optical reader, and inversion prisms for range finders.
We use a Flash LADAR 3D imaging sensor for perception.
SPAWAR robots were already outfitted with ladars to help them navigate rooms and avoid obstacles.
In , the author use TBM and Kalman filter for data fusion in object recognition system that analyses simulated FLIR and LADAR data to recognize and track aircraft.
In order to keep track of the lead truck, the technology features a global positioning system, two ladars (laser detection and ranging) used for obstacle avoidance, built by the German firm SICK AG, two color cameras and an adaptive cruise control millimeter wave radar.