Optical Detection of Dangerous Road Conditions
AbstractWe demonstrated an optical method to evaluate the state of asphalt due to the presence of atmospheric agents using the measurement of the polarization/depolarization state of near infrared radiation. Different sensing geometries were studied to determine the most efficient ones in terms of performance, reliability and compactness. Our results showed that we could distinguish between a safe surface and three different dangerous surfaces, demonstrating the reliability and selectivity of the proposed approach and its suitability for implementing a sensor. View Full-Text
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Piccardi, A.; Colace, L. Optical Detection of Dangerous Road Conditions. Sensors 2019, 19, 1360.
Piccardi A, Colace L. Optical Detection of Dangerous Road Conditions. Sensors. 2019; 19(6):1360.Chicago/Turabian Style
Piccardi, Armando; Colace, Lorenzo. 2019. "Optical Detection of Dangerous Road Conditions." Sensors 19, no. 6: 1360.
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