The modern world is characterized by the pervasive use of computers, sensors, robotics, and Internet connectivity. This represents a new industrial revolution, dubbed Industry 4.0. In this paper, we discuss the application of the Industry 4.0 paradigm to creating a robotic search-and-detection platform intended for humanitarian demining. This is based on the combination and interaction of two microwave radars - including a UWB multi-sensor array, and a holographic imager - as well as 3-D optical cameras, remote navigation, and GPS tracking. The concepts introduced by Industry 4.0 represent an important opportunity for the scientific community to adopt new approaches in the design and use of UWB radar systems, and how data from these systems can be shared, archived, and processed in a decentralized manner accessible to the worldwide community

Application of the Industry 4.0 Paradigm to the Design of a UWB Radiolocation System for Humanitarian Demining / Pochanin, Gennadiy; Ruban, Vadym; Ogurtsova, Tetiana; Orlenko, Oleksandr; Pochanina, Iryna; Kholod, Pavlo; Capineri, Lorenzo; Falorni, Pierluigi; Bulletti, Andrea; Dimitri, Mattia; Bossi, Luca; Bechtel, Timothy; Crawford, Fronefield. - ELETTRONICO. - (2018), pp. 50-56. ((Intervento presentato al convegno 2018 9th International Conference on Ultrawideband and Ultrashort Impulse Signals (UWBUSIS) tenutosi a Odessa nel 4-7 Sept. 2018 [10.1109/UWBUSIS.2018.8520226].

Application of the Industry 4.0 Paradigm to the Design of a UWB Radiolocation System for Humanitarian Demining

Capineri, Lorenzo
Conceptualization
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Falorni, Pierluigi
Methodology
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Bulletti, Andrea
Investigation
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DIMITRI, MATTIA
Investigation
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BOSSI, LUCA;
2018

Abstract

The modern world is characterized by the pervasive use of computers, sensors, robotics, and Internet connectivity. This represents a new industrial revolution, dubbed Industry 4.0. In this paper, we discuss the application of the Industry 4.0 paradigm to creating a robotic search-and-detection platform intended for humanitarian demining. This is based on the combination and interaction of two microwave radars - including a UWB multi-sensor array, and a holographic imager - as well as 3-D optical cameras, remote navigation, and GPS tracking. The concepts introduced by Industry 4.0 represent an important opportunity for the scientific community to adopt new approaches in the design and use of UWB radar systems, and how data from these systems can be shared, archived, and processed in a decentralized manner accessible to the worldwide community
2018 9th International Conference on Ultrawideband and Ultrashort Impulse Signals (UWBUSIS)
2018 9th International Conference on Ultrawideband and Ultrashort Impulse Signals (UWBUSIS)
Odessa
4-7 Sept. 2018
Pochanin, Gennadiy; Ruban, Vadym; Ogurtsova, Tetiana; Orlenko, Oleksandr; Pochanina, Iryna; Kholod, Pavlo; Capineri, Lorenzo; Falorni, Pierluigi; Bulletti, Andrea; Dimitri, Mattia; Bossi, Luca; Bechtel, Timothy; Crawford, Fronefield
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