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Title: D7.1: Sensors technologies selected
Author: Aguiar, Rui Luís
Alves, Luis Nero
Lourenço, Nuno
Keywords: Projecto LITES CIP-ICT-PSP 238916
Issue Date: 5-Sep-2010
Abstract: The LITES project deliverable “D7.1 – Sensors Technologies Selected” reports to the activities developed by the UAV team members under work package 7 (Optimization of sensors), Task 7.1 (Selection of the Sensors to use). Also, some important aspects of Task 7.2 (Integration of the sensors and its operation) are also addressed, given the straight connection between both tasks. In a brief description, this report presents a study on LITES sensors requirements and available technologies, in particular the twilight and motion sensors. For both devices, the general requirements are presented, along with a brief explanation on the available technologies, typical application scenarios and the main advantages/disadvantages. This study will serve as background for the remaining work of work package 7 (Optimization of Sensors), particularly task 7.2 [1]. Some suggestions will be presented in this report. However, the final decision will be made in partnership with the technological member, MET, in accordance to their needs and specifications. This is a work in progress and is opened for discussion. The following text is divided into 4 sections. Section 1 presents a general description of the sensor requirements and definitions, along with integration details. In Section 2 and Section 3 respectively, the twilight and motion se nsors will be discussed. The available sensor technologies will be presented and compared. Finally, in Section 4 the initial conclusions and comments will be reported.
Peer review: yes
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