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Full-field optical metrology

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Rapid measurement of component dimensions is vital in many areas of high value manufacturing, such as quality control and robotic machining. In this talk I will describe a full-field optical technique to measure millions of coordinates in a few seconds, and a numerical algorithm based on the maximum likelihood method to recognise objects, and estimate their pose, within such ‘point clouds’. Applications include structural testing, reverse engineering, and automated assembly with a robot.

This talk is part of the Surfaces, Microstructure and Fracture Group series.

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