Target positions and orientations as seen from platform
poses = targetPoses(
poses of all targets in a scenario with respect to the
plat. Targets are defined as platforms as seen by
plat. Pose represents the position, velocity, and orientation of a
target with respect to the coordinate system of
plat. The targets must
already exist in the radar scenario. Add targets to a scenario using the
format — Pose orientation format
'quaternion' (default) |
Pose orientation format, specified as
'rotmat'. When specified as
Orientation field of the platform pose structure is a quaternion.
When specified as
is a rotation matrix.
poses — Poses of all targets
structure | array of structures
Poses for all targets, returned as a structure or an array of structures. The pose
of the observing platform,
plat, is not included. Pose consists of
the position, velocity, orientation, and signature of a target in platform coordinates.
Each structure has these fields.
Unique identifier for the platform, specified as a positive integer. This is a required field with no default value.
User-defined integer used to classify
the type of target, specified as a nonnegative integer.
Position of the target in platform coordinates, specified as a real-valued, 1-by-3 vector. This is a required field with no default value. Units are in meters.
Velocity of the target in platform coordinates, specified as a real-valued, 1-by-3
vector. Units are in meters per second. The default is
Acceleration of the target in platform coordinates specified as a
1-by-3 row vector. Units are in meters per second-squared. The default is
Orientation of the target with respect to platform coordinates, specified as a scalar
quaternion or a 3-by-3 rotation matrix. Orientation defines the frame
rotation from the platform coordinate system to the current target body
coordinate system. Units are dimensionless. The default is
Angular velocity of the target in platform coordinates, specified as a
real-valued, 1-by-3 vector. The magnitude of the vector defines the angular
speed. The direction defines the axis of clockwise rotation. Units are in
degrees per second. The default is