© The Authors, published by EDP Sciences, 2018. The University of Florida is taking a multidisciplinary approach to fuse the data between 3D vision sensors and radiological sensors in hopes of creating a system capable of not only detecting the presence of a radiological threat, but also tracking it. The key to developing such a vision-aided radiological detection system, lies in the count rate being inversely dependent on the square of the distance. Presented in this paper are the results of the calibration algorithm used to predict the location of the radiological detectors based on 3D distance from the source to the detector (vision data) and the detectors count rate (radiological data). Also presented are the results of two correlation methods used to explore source tracking.
Stadnikia, K., Martin, A., Henderson, K., Koppal, S., & Enqvist, A. (2018). Data-Fusion for a Vision-Aided Radiological Detection System: Sensor dependence and Source Tracking. EPJ Web of Conferences, 170, 07013. https://doi.org/10.1051/epjconf/201817007013