OP2Session 2 - OPTRO2016: Design of infrared systems / Applications in electro-opticsNouvelle formation
Engineers, scientists or students, users or designers
- who feel the need for a better understanding of the inside working parameters and specifications of infrared systems
- interested in applications related to electro-optical systems, their constraints and performance
- Understand the fundamental aspects of infrared systems design.
- Discover some applications of electro-optical systems (autonomous navigation of minidrones, and atmospheric lidars), their performance and the underlying systems constraints
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Electro-optical systems, infrared detectors
Embedded vision, vision-based navigation, mini drones (or MAV)
Atmospheric lidars, lidar technologies and applications
Fundamentals in the design of infrared systems - Room1: 9h00-12h15
Isabelle Ribet, Associate Professor at Institut d'Optique Graduate School, Palaiseau, France
Main optical constituents of an infrared system: infrared scene, atmosphere, optics, detector
Basic rules in infrared system design, using criteria such as NETD (noise equivalent temperature difference, MRTD (minimum resolvable temperature difference) …
Embedded vision for autonomous navigation of mini drones - Room2: 14h00-15h30
Guy Le Besnerais, Senior Scientist at Onera, Palaiseau, France
Major results and actual trends of embedded vision
Vision-based navigation of drones in unknown and cluttered environment
Indoor and outdoor autonomous flight video demonstration
Atmospheric lidar - Room2: 15h45-17h15
Laurent Lombard, Senior Scientist at Onera, Palaiseau, France
Lidars or laser radars are increasingly used in the study of atmosphere or for aircraft safety. This tutorial is an introduction to lidar technologies and their applications.
- Overview of various Lidar technologies and configurations for atmospheric applications: coherent and incoherent lidars, elastic and inelastic lidars, differential absorption (DIAL) lidars,...
- a few examples of atmospheric lidar applications: analysis of aerosols, CO2 monitoring, wind profilers, turbulence monitoring,...
Prochaine session : date à définir
01 Février 2016 au 01 Février 2016 OP2 | Session 2 - OPTRO2016: Design of infrared systems / Applications in electro-optics OCDE, Paris
- Isabelle Ribet - Professor associated to Institut d'Optique
- Laurent Lombard - Senior Scientist at Onera, Palaiseau, France