Uses multiecho detection for outdoor or indoor applications
Long range of distances: 0.1 to 30 m, maximum 60 m
Accuracy: around 10 mm
Wide angle: 270 degree field of view (single scan line)
Light weight: 210 grams without cable
Interface connection: Ethernet
Dimensions: width (63 mm) by depth (66 mm) by height (87 mm)
can i run this code to get the data from Hokuyo UTM-30LX ?
How is it possible to plot laser scans from csv file ?
1. (2013) Supporting UAVs in low visibility conditions by multiple-pulse laser scanning devices.
2. (2014) Potentials of small, lightweight and low cost Multi-Echo Laser Scanners for detecting Grape Berries
First of all compile utmDecode (c++ file) with MEX in order to run it within MATLAB. It is an essential part of the driver.
It decodes the raw readings into meaningful data. It is written in c++ for speed.
I made 32bit and 64bit compilations but I couldn't upload them because MATLAB sharing center do not publish any executable files (EXE, DLL, P- code, MEX, etc.).
Download apps, toolboxes, and other File Exchange content using Add-On Explorer in MATLAB.