Multi-Sensor Visibility Study based on a Hot Smoke Experiment in a Tunnel

Richard Ladstädter, Stephan Schraml, Nikolaus Studnicka

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Emergency situations in tunnels require rescue teams supported by unmanned ground vehicels (UGV) to operate also in smoked tunnel areas. Such UGVs are equipped with various sensors (e.g. cameras, LiDAR or RADAR) to be able to navigate and quickly provide a common operational picture. Within the research project ROBO-MOLE experiments have been performed at the Zentrum am Berg at the Styrian Erzberg to directly compare the visibility range of RGB and thermal camera, LiDAR and RADAR in a hot smoke scenario.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationUrban Operations Expert Talks 2023 (#UOET23)
Publication statusPublished - 2 Mar 2024
EventUrban Operations Expert Talks 2023 (#UOET23) - Vienna, Austria
Duration: 27 Jun 202329 Jun 2023


ConferenceUrban Operations Expert Talks 2023 (#UOET23)
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  • Responsive Sensing & Analytics


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