n underwater imaging system was investigated for automotive use in highly scattered underwater environments. The purpose of the system is the driver&rsquo

s information about hidden obstacles, such as stones, driftwood, open sewer hatches. A comparison of various underwater vision methods was presented by the way they are implemented, the range reached, and the cost of implementation. It has been experimentally shown that a conventional active system can provide a maximum visibility range of up to three light attenuation lengths. In most practical cases of turbid waters during floods, this corresponds to distances of about 1 meter. From the presented analysis it follows that advanced extended range imaging methods allow increasing of the visibility range up to 2 meters.

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Published on 01/01/2018

Volume 2018, 2018
DOI: 10.3390/s18124476
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