A large university was trying to conduct riverbed research. The objective of their application was to be able to measure the topography of the silt on the bottom of a river, and study how it changed over time. Ultimately, the university would like to have a clean 3D image of the riverbed floor. The challenge the university faced was finding a device that would be able to give them accurate measurements of the river bed in 3D, quickly, with a high number of data points. Needing to consult with experienced vision experts to find the right product, they brought their application to Sensors Incorporated. Click "Documentation" for the complete PDF!