© 2018 IEEE. Nowadays, surveying sensors have become very popular for prototype development, especially for academic purposes. For instance, the low-cost distance sensor (Lidar Lite v3 Module) is a measuring device that generates different responses depending on the distance between the sensor and the object using laser reflection techniques. Even though this is a useful method, there is not enough information about its performance in different circumstances. Consequently, an evaluation of the sensor has been accomplished in order establish its accuracy in diverse settings such as: material type, temperature and inclination angle. The results are presented in tables, graphs and equations. Moreover, the experiments focus on the percentage error for the measurements. The accuracy of many parameters where confirmed comparing the temperature and distance conditions with the information available from the manufacturer. However, the inclination objects and material type where found different than expected results. The collected information provides a technical perspective for its implementation in prototypes when objects detection and distance is required.
|Publicada - 17 dic. 2018
|2018 IEEE 3rd Ecuador Technical Chapters Meeting, ETCM 2018 -
Duración: 17 dic. 2018 → …
|2018 IEEE 3rd Ecuador Technical Chapters Meeting, ETCM 2018
|17/12/18 → …