A non-contact laser speckle sensor for the measurement of robotic tool speed

<div>Zip archives of the data files used to generate figures in the paper:</div><div><br></div><div>A non-contact laser speckle sensor for the measurement of robotic tool speed.</div><div><div>Thomas O.H. Charrett, Yashwanth K. Bandari, Florent Michel, Jialuo Ding, Stewart W. Williams, Ralph P. Tatam</div></div><div><br></div><div>The data used to generate each figure/table is contained in the following zip archives with additional metadata located in the file metadata.txt in each zip.</div><div><br></div><div><b><u>Fig 5&6 calibration.zip</u></b></div><div>Linearity and accuracy measurements of the calibrated sensor. Used for figures 5 and 6 in paper.<br></div><div><br></div><div><b><u>Fig 7 working distance sensitivity.zip</u></b></div><div>Measurements of the sensitivity to working distance changes used to generate figure 7 of the paper.<br></div><div><br></div><div><b><u>Fig 8 theta x tilt sensitivity.zip</u></b></div><div>Measurements of the sensitivity to working tilt about the x axis changes used to produce figure 8 of the paper.<br></div><div>    <br></div><div><b><u>Fig 9 theta y tilt sensitivity.zip</u></b></div><div>Measurements of the sensitivity to working tilt about the y axis changes used to produce figure 9 of the paper.<br></div><div><br></div><div><b><u>Fig 10&11 circular path test.zip</u></b></div><div>Measurements of circular path at varying tool speed used to demonstrate sensor accuracy and precision in figures 10 and 11 of the paper.<br></div><div>        <br></div><div><b><u>Fig 13 WAAM trial.zip</u></b></div><div>Example of the senors application on a manufacturing robot used in figure 13.<br></div><div><br></div><div><u><b>Table 2 sensitivity to error motions.zip  </b></u>      </div><div>Speckle patterns stored with varying tilt angles and working distance to assess instanteous sensitivity to error motions used for values in table 2.</div><div><br></div><div>                        </div>