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Study on airborne multispectral imaging fusion detection technology
Author(s): Na Ding; Jiaobo Gao; Jun Wang; Juan Cheng; Meng Gao; Fei Gao; Zhe Fan; Kefeng Sun; Jun Wu; Junna Li; Zedong Gao; Gang Cheng
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Paper Abstract

The airborne multispectral imaging fusion detection technology is proposed in this paper. In this design scheme, the airborne multispectral imaging system consists of the multispectral camera, the image processing unit, and the stabilized platform. The multispectral camera can operate in the spectral region from visible to near infrared waveband (0.4-1.0um), it has four same and independent imaging channels, and sixteen different typical wavelengths to be selected based on the different typical targets and background. The related experiments were tested by the airborne multispectral imaging system. In particularly, the camouflage targets were fused and detected in the different complex environment, such as the land vegetation background, the desert hot background and underwater. In the spectral region from 0.4 um to 1.0um, the three different characteristic wave from sixteen typical spectral are selected and combined according to different backgrounds and targets. The spectral image corresponding to the three characteristic wavelengths is resisted and fused by the image processing technology in real time, and the fusion video with typical target property is outputted. In these fusion images, the contrast of target and background is greatly increased. Experimental results confirm that the airborne multispectral imaging fusion detection technology can acquire multispectral fusion image with high contrast in real time, and has the ability of detecting and identification camouflage objects from complex background to targets underwater.

Paper Details

Date Published: 18 November 2014
PDF: 6 pages
Proc. SPIE 9298, International Symposium on Optoelectronic Technology and Application 2014: Imaging Spectroscopy; and Telescopes and Large Optics, 92980S (18 November 2014); doi: 10.1117/12.2072484
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Na Ding, Xi’an Institute of Applied Optics (China)
Jiaobo Gao, Xi’an Institute of Applied Optics (China)
Jun Wang, Xi’an Institute of Applied Optics (China)
Juan Cheng, Xi’an Institute of Applied Optics (China)
Meng Gao, Xi’an Institute of Applied Optics (China)
Fei Gao, Xi’an Institute of Applied Optics (China)
Zhe Fan, Xi’an Institute of Applied Optics (China)
Kefeng Sun, Xi’an Institute of Applied Optics (China)
Jun Wu, Xi'an Institute of Applied Optics (China)
Junna Li, Xi’an Institute of Applied Optics (China)
Zedong Gao, Xi’an Institute of Applied Optics (China)
Gang Cheng, Xi’an Institute of Applied Optics (China)


Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 9298:
International Symposium on Optoelectronic Technology and Application 2014: Imaging Spectroscopy; and Telescopes and Large Optics
Jannick P. Rolland; Changxiang Yan; Dae Wook Kim; Wenli Ma; Ligong Zheng, Editor(s)

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