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Enhanced Mars Rover Navigation Techniques

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Enhanced Mars Rover Navigation Techniques
Robust navigation through rocky terrain by small mobile robots is important for maximizing science return from upcoming missions to Mars. We are addressing this problem at multiple levels through the development of intelligent sequencing, sensor constrained path planning, natural terrain visual localization, and real-time state estimation. Each of these techniques will be described, and their complementary aspects discussed. Experimental results are provided from implementation on our Mars rover prototype operating in realistic scenarios.
Richard Volpe, Tara A. Estlin, Sharon L. Laubach,
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Type Conference
Year 2000
Where ICRA
Authors Richard Volpe, Tara A. Estlin, Sharon L. Laubach, Clark F. Olson, J. Balaram
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