In this research, we are evaluating novel processing algorithms for Railway track inspection based on a full-polarimetric high-resolution GPR system build at the FHR. On the other hand, simulation models are being refined to make them more reliable and accurate for training machine learning algorithms for an automatic track inspection.
Thoetphan Kingsuwannaphong, M.Sc. (RWTH Aachen)
Stefan Rümmler, M.Sc.
Motivation (Problem description and current solutions)
GPR capabilities and limitations. Project Goals.
Simulating realistic ballast conditions
Measuring ballast conditions on the Lab
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