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Medium Array Camera Calibration

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To help Rockwell-Collins develop wide area, persistent surveillance capabilities, JPL is providing software capable of generating high fidelity terrain reconstructions. The reconstructions combine camera array imagery, aircraft state information, and pre-existing low-resolution terrain maps. JPL is supporting software integration and testing on an existing Rockwell-Collins prototype surveillance platform and calibrating an existing Rockwell-Collins multi-camera array sensor to provide seamless, wide-format image input for the terrain reconstruction code. The goal of the calibration is to provide pixel level accuracy in camera-to-camera image registration. This will produce a single, wide format, virtual image, from the camera array.

Completion Date:  09/25/2011

Point of Contact:  Curtis Padgett - Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Sponsored by:  Defense



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