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Ioannis Pavlidis, Peter F Symosek, Bernard S Fritz: Near-IR human detector. Honeywell International, John G Shudy Jr, April 9, 2002: US06370260 (49 worldwide citation)

An infrared detector having two cameras for viewing a scene to detect humans. The cameras focus the scene on their respective pixel arrays. One array is designed with a filter to be sensitive to light from 0.8 to 1.4 microns and the array of the other camera is designed with a filter to be sensitive ...


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Norman G Tarleton Jr, Dean R Wilkens, Peter F Symosek: Method and apparatus for navigating an aircraft from an image of the runway. Honeywell International, December 5, 2000: US06157876 (37 worldwide citation)

An image sensor attached to an aircraft generates an image. The image includes a runway and other objects. The edges within the image are detected and Nav Data is used to predict the coordinates defining the runway. The predicted coordinates and the detected edges are correlated to determine the loc ...


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Ioannis Pavlidis, Peter F Symosek, Bernard S Fritz: Near-IR human detector. Honeywell International, Kris T Fredrick, December 7, 2004: US06829370 (36 worldwide citation)

A detection method and system that detects reflection from a scene in at least a portion of an upper band of the near infrared spectrum (e.g., at least a portion within the range of 1.4 &mgr;m and above in the near infrared spectrum). The presence of a human body in the scene is then determined by c ...


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Ioannis Pavlidis, Peter F Symosek, Bernard S Fritz: Near-infrared disguise detection. Honeywell International, Kris T Fredrick, April 6, 2004: US06718049 (35 worldwide citation)

Detection of a person disguised with one or more artificial materials includes detecting reflection from at least one portion of a head of a human body in at least a portion of an upper band of the near infrared spectrum. The presence of an artificial material associated with the head of the human b ...


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Peter F Symosek, Scott A Nelson: Gradient reflector location sensing system. Honeywell, John G Shudy Jr, June 13, 1995: US05424556 (28 worldwide citation)

A multi-band high-speed videometric head tracking system having a gradient reflector array attached to a helmet on a person's head, ultraviolet light source emitting light which is reflected by the reflector array to a video camera which provides an image to a spot location estimator providing accur ...


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Peter F Symosek, Darryl G Busch, Kwing W Au, James W Kauffman, Michael J Flanagan: Signature simulator. Honeywell International, August 5, 2004: US20040153300-A1

A simulator which may provide interferometer-based signatures of agent, stimulant, interferent and toxic chemicals for scenarios to test sensors, detectors and like systems. The simulator may assimilate data and information related to a calibrated background spectrum, and atmospheric and cloud model ...


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Ioannis Pavlidis, Peter F Symosek, Bernard S Fritz: Near-infrared disguise detection. Honeywell International, Honeywell International, September 11, 2003: US20030169901-A1

Detection of a person disguised with one or more artificial materials includes detecting reflection from at least one portion of a head of a human body in at least a portion of an upper band of the near infrared spectrum. The presence of an artificial material associated with the head of the human b ...



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