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Construction sonar sensor model of low altitude field mapping sensors for application on a UAV

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3 Author(s)
bin Misnan, M.F. ; Fac. of Electr. Eng., UiTM Malaysia, Shah Alam, Malaysia ; Arshad, N.M. ; Razak, N.A.

Creating a two dimensional (2D) map required a suitable position and orientation of ultrasonic sensors which must be primarily determined. The series of ultrasonic sensors are used for low-altitude mapping on pre-determined plane. A pre-determined angle must be known and calculated before it is used in the mapping. Experiment was conducted on a model with a height of 160 cm from the ground surface. Reflective sound waves that were produced from the sensors had been experimented and analyzed to cover a constructed plane. Data from the sensors was analyzed and processed to create a virtual map that nearly similar as the real pre-determined plane. The experimental results were also tested in the real environment.

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Signal Processing and its Applications (CSPA), 2012 IEEE 8th International Colloquium on

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23-25 March 2012

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