Sensor Review: Volume 26 Issue 4


The international journal of sensing for industry

Table of contents - Special Issue: Machine Vision

Guest Editors: Professor John Billingsley

Control and automatica trade fairs May 2006

Don Braggins

To report on innovations in machine vision at two important international exhibitions held in Germany in May 2006.

Stereoscopic imaging

Christine Connolly

To explore the phenomenon of stereoscopic vision and its exploitation in engineering and other professional applications, and in entertainment.

Jaguar uses adaptive MIG welding to join C‐pillars to an aluminium roof section in a new sports car

John Mortimer

To describe how Jaguar Cars in the UK is making use of a robot‐based intelligent adaptive metal inert gas (MIG) welding process incorporating laser diode measurement of…

Machine vision developments

Christine Connolly

To review recent developments in machine vision hardware and techniques, as revealed in the Image Processing and Optical Technology Exhibition, 2006.

Mobile scanning system for the fast digitization of existing roadways and structures

Brad Grinstead, Sreenivas Sukumar, David Page, Andreas Koschan, David Gorsich, Mongi A. Abidi

To present a Mobile Scanning System for digitizing three‐dimensional (3D) models of real‐world terrain.

Computer vision technology for agricultural robotics

A. Milella, G. Reina, M. Foglia

Aims at developing vision‐based algorithms to improve efficiency and quality in agricultural applications. Two case studies are analyzed dealing with the harvest of…

Automatic video surveillance using statistical analysis of temporal posture sequences

Marco Leo, Tiziana D'Orazio, Paolo Spagnolo, Arcangelo Distante

The problem of automatic recognition of human activity is one of the most important and challenging areas of research in computer vision because of the wide range of…

Vision based macadamia yield assessment

Mark Dunn, John Billingsley, David Bell

To describe the prototype macadamia nut yield monitor.

Interference mitigation and read rate improvement in RFID‐based network‐centric environments

Kainan Cha, Maciej Zawodniok, Anil Ramachandran, Jagannathan Sarangapani, Can Saygin

This paper investigates interference mitigation and read rate improvement by using novel power control and graph‐based scheduling schemes for radio frequency…

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