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Leaving Flatland: Toward real-time 3D navigation

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Leaving Flatland: Toward real-time 3D navigation
— We report our first experiences with Leaving Flatland, an exploratory project that studies the key challenges of closing the loop between autonomous perception and action on challenging terrain. We propose a comprehensive system for localization, mapping, and planning for the RHex mobile robot in fully 3D indoor and outdoor environments. This system integrates Visual Odometry-based localization with new techniques in real-time 3D mapping from stereo data. The motion planner uses a new decomposition approach to adapt existing 2D planning techniques to operate in 3D terrain. We test the map-building and motion-planning subsystems on real and synthetic data, and show that they have favorable computational performance for use in high-speed autonomous navigation.
Benoit Morisset, Radu Bogdan Rusu, Aravind Sundare
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Type Conference
Year 2009
Where ICRA
Authors Benoit Morisset, Radu Bogdan Rusu, Aravind Sundaresan, Kris K. Hauser, Motilal Agrawal, Jean-Claude Latombe, Michael Beetz
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