Compressed Sensing for Remote Imaging in Aerial and Terrestrial Surveillance
  1. Compressive Video Sensing & Classification
  2. GPU accelerated CVS
  3. Compressed Gated Range Sensing (CGRS)
  4. Compressed Sensing & Sparsity in Imaging
  5. Compressed Sensing in Localization
  6. Fundamentals of CS Acquisition and Reconstruction

Time-of-Flight (ToF) cameras emit and subsequently record laser pulses in order to estimate the distance between the camera and objects in a scene, supporting numerous applications that can benefit from the high-quality depth maps. Despite the value of range imaging, TOF camera require a large number of frames that have to be captured in order to generate high resolution depth maps. To address this issue, we introduced Compressed Gated Range Sensing (CGRS), a novel approach for ToF-based Active Range Imaging that utilizes the recently proposed framework of Compressed Sensing to dramatically reduce the number of necessary frames.

ORION members involved:  Grigorios Tsagkatakis, Arnaud Woiselle , George Tzagkarakis, Marc Bousquetc, Jean-Luc Starck, Panagiotis Tsakalides [13], [21].