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Radiometric thermography vision system
Radiometric thermography vision system

Radiometric thermography vision system

Custom-made heterogeneous stereo camera module was designed to take advantage from both visible and near-infrared spectra to detect features in the environment. This is a standard stereo-vision system, but cameras are different in nature – one is a standard RGB camera and the other is thermal camera. The system is mutually co-calibrated, meaning that the features detected by thermal camera correspond to the visible features detected by the RGB camera. This can ensure precise detection of thermal features while also extracting these regions in RGB image to detect roofs, windows, doors and similar object where heat is usually lost in the buildings. The system is ROS compatible and plug-and-play in nature, and can be easily fitted in any robotic system of any type, e.g. Octorotor UAV etc.
Bosnia And Herzegovina


Radiometric thermography vision system

Jasmin Velagic, Dinko Osmankovic

Jasmin Velagic is a professor of robotics and mechatronics at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, University of Sarajevo and head of the Department of Automatic Control and Electronics. He received a MSc degree from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing, University of Zagreb, Croatia in 1999 and a Ph.D. degree from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, University of Sarajevo, in 2005. His research is mainly focuses on intelligent control, mobile robotics, industrial automation, adaptive and robust control. He has published over 100 papers in journals, book chapters and conference proceedings. Over the last past years my research group (LARAS) has developed several mobile robot platforms and multirotor systems as well as a series of innovative techniques for the robot localization, path planning and 3D modelling of outdoor environments. Prof. Velagic Dr. Velagic is a member of IEEE Control System, IEEE Robotics and Automation and IEEE Systems, Man and Cybernetics Societies.

Dinko Osmankovic is with the University of Sarajevo, Faculty of Electrical Engineering. He received his PhD in 2015 at the University of Sarajevo. He is currently employed as assistant professor at the Department of Automatic Control and Electronics. His research interests include 3D thermal mapping, data analysis, machine intelligence and graph theory. He is the member of IEEE Robotics and Automation Society.


Stand H49 (pav. 5) - University of Sarajevo/Department of Automatic Control and Electronics

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