SSM

Slab size meter using laser range sensors (SSM) is a real-time sensing system prototype to measure the size of a moving slab in real time using three laser range sensors and one tachometer. SSM was built in 1995 at POSCO and achieved 0.1 mm accuracy in range measurement.

Illustration

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Granted Patents

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  1. Pilho Kim, Variously formed slab width measuring apparatus andits method, KR 10-0473682-0000, 4 September 2005.
  2. Pilho Kim and Joonjeong Yi, Slab camber measuring image processing system using hierarchical image sequences, KR 10-0381099-0000, 8 April 2003.
  3. Pilho Kim, Slab camber measuring image processing system using color features of image sequences, KR 10-0381098-0000, 8 April 2003.
  4. Hong Jeong, Pilho Kim, and Taeho Kim, Slab size meter using laser range meter, KR 10-0270076-0000, 27 July 2000.
  5. Taeho Kim and Pilho Kim, Laser hot slab width meter and its method, KR 10-0270123-0000, 27 July 2000.