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Project status update p10661 aerial imaging

Project Status UpdateP10661-Aerial Imaging

www.storaenso.com

Dale Turley (Mechanical Engineering)


Project status update

Project Status Update

  • Project NameAerial Imaging System

  • Project NumberP10661

  • Project FamilyOpen Architecture, Open Source Aerial Imaging Systems

  • TrackPrinting and Imaging

  • Start Term2010-1 planned academic quarter for MSD1

  • End Term2010-2 planned academic quarter for MSD2

  • Faculty GuideDr. Pratapa Reddy, Professor in Computer Engineering

  • Tech SupportMike Walsh

  • Primary CustomerDr. Carl Salvaggio, College of Imaging Science


Mission statement

Mission Statement

The overall product is a visible spectrum imaging system for the use with an unmanned aerial vehicle. The specific task under development is an image calibration system and procedure to be used by researchers in the College of Imaging Science, to effectively and efficiently collect aerial data.

  • Key Business Goals:

  • This product is to replace existing data collection methods.

  • To give the customer the ability to launch and collect data on-demand and to choose the usage based on specific situations.

  • Reduce the cost associated with current collection processes.

  • Pre-processing of images will eliminate the need for expensive and timely post-processing in a lab.


Markets stakeholders

Markets/Stakeholders

Primary Customer:

The primary market for this product is the RIT College of Imaging Science.

Secondary Markets:

Secondary markets for this imaging system may include emergency response agencies where the product could be applied for search & rescue or in firefighting. Law enforcement agencies could use this product for drug eradication.

  • Stakeholders:

  • R09560 - Open Architecture, Open Source Aerial Imaging Systems

  • College of Imaging Arts and Sciences

  • Kate Gleason College of Engineering

  • Law Enforcement Agencies

  • Fire Departments

  • Public Safety


Current state of design

Current State of Design

Camera Controls and Power

Vibration Isolation System

Images from P09561 Design Review Presentation


Customer interview

Customer Interview

  • Dr. Carl Salvaggio - Primary Customer

  • Imaging scientists are always starved for data

    • Current data collection systems use manned aircraft which are very expensive and logistically inconvenient

  • System needs to be robust enough to accompany different spectral imaging devices

    • Type of image depends on the mission

  • System needs to be small and light enough to be carried by RIT UAV(unmanned aerial vehicle)

  • Calibration can allow for imaging scientists to measure energy directly from an image to interpret data immediately

  • On-board calibration will ultimately increase data quality and decrease cost associated with the equipment


Preliminary roadmap

P09561

P10661

Phase 3

Phase 4

Aerial Imaging System

Aluminum Platform

(include calibration device)

Aluminum Platform (includes DAQ + power)

Composite Platform

Cost and Mass Reduction

Platform

Active Vibration Control

Cost and Mass Reduction

Vibe

Control

Passive Vibration Control

Multi-Spectral Cameras

Visible & Thermal IR

Visible Spectrum

Camera

Ground Based

On-board Visible Calibration

On-Board Thermal IR Calibration

Calibration

Preliminary Roadmap

Short range Wireless

No Wireless Interface

Long Range RF Down Link

Wireless


Affinity diagram

Affinity Diagram


Interpreting customer needs

Interpreting Customer Needs


Objective tree

Objective Tree

UAV Imaging System

Structure

Scope

Economics

Technical

Mechanical Engineering

Imaging Science

Robust

Useful for researchers

Useful for public safety agencies

Low production cost

Rugged

Measurements

Observation Information

Frame

Imaging Theory

Low usage cost

Electrical Engineering

Computer Engineering

Inexpensive

Low maintenance cost

Software

Simple

Power

Storage


Function tree

Function Tree

UAV Imaging System

Calibration

Data Storage

Software System

Hardware System

Quality of Data

Processing Power

Capacity

Reliability

Camera System

Software System

Camera Controls

Subsystem Controls

User Interface

Visible

Thermal IR

Short Wave

Long Wave

Stable

Power

Provide Power for Entire Flight


Preliminary house of quality

Preliminary House of Quality

Relative Importance Results:


Staffing predictions

Staffing Predictions


Future plans

Future Plans

  • Continue to build on needs, interpreting needs, and identifying relative importance

  • Observe parent MSD2 team

    • Lessons learned

    • Advice

  • Meet with other individuals important to the project

    • Jason Faulring (computer engineering grad student)

    • Jan VanAardt (head of Laboratory for Imaging Algorithms and Systems)

  • Attend RIT Innovation Festival

  • Attend P09561 design review

  • Develop action plan for MSD1 to address how the team will engage the design process

    • Concept development

  • Sanity check


Sources

Sources

https://edge.rit.edu/content/P09561/public/Home

https://edge.rit.edu/content/R09560/public/Home


Questions

Questions


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