360-Sightline Control Basics for Geo-Pointing and Locating - Part 3
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Provide design algorithm approach for geo-pointing and locating providing a basis more detailed design
This is a Spotlight Course of the Week (Expires: 4/3/2020)
This final part of the course discusses sensor characteristics and
requirements for geo-location image geo-registration, as described in Part 2.0
section 4.0 of the course. The focus is primarily on cameras and sensors whose
response is in the visible and near infrared wavelength spectrum. Sensor
characteristics that drive sensitivity and noise as well as camera sensor and
optics parameters that determine scene coverage and resolution are all reviewed
in this section. In total the three part course should provide an overview of
geo-pointing and locating sufficient to plan for such an application and
detailed design areas that require further investigation and study to perform
an actual design.
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