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Mobile Robot Navigation Support in Living Environments

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Mobile Robot Navigation Support in Living Environments
Navigation and application functionality of mobile robots rely on their collision-avoiding capabilities, also known as local navigation. We present the mobile robot ARTOS (Autonomous Robot for Transport and Service) that is particularly designed to operate in living environments and therefore faces the problem of fuzzy and unstructured obstacles. The local navigation architecture is motivated regarding decisions on sensor hardware setup as well as the software layers that support and influence navigation control.
Christopher Armbrust, Jan Koch, Ulf Stocker, Karst
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Where AMS
Authors Christopher Armbrust, Jan Koch, Ulf Stocker, Karsten Berns
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