Industrial Calibration Library Update and Presentation

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From Paul Hvass, via ros-users@

Robotics and automation systems are increasingly reliant on both 2D and 3D imaging systems to provide both perception and pose estimation. Calibration of these camera/robot systems is necessary, time consuming, and often a poorly executed process for registering image data to the physical world. SwRI is continuing to develop the industrial calibration library to provide tools for state-of-the-art calibration with the goal to provide reliably accurate results for non-expert users. Using the library, system designers may script a series of observations that ensure sufficient diversity of data to guarantee system accuracy. Often interfaces to motion devices such as robots may be included to fully automate the calibration procedure.

More information can be found on the ROS-I blog post.

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