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Single camera vision-only SLAM on a suburban road network

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Single camera vision-only SLAM on a suburban road network
—Simultaneous Localization And Mapping (SLAM) is one of the major challenges in mobile robotics. Probabilistic techniques using high-end range finding devices are well established in the field, but recent work has investigated visiononly approaches. This paper presents a method for generating approximate rotational and translation velocity information from a single vehicle-mounted consumer camera, without the computationally expensive process of tracking landmarks. The method is tested by employing it to provide the odometric and visual information for the RatSLAM system while mapping a complex suburban road network. RatSLAM generates a coherent map of the environment during an 18 km long trip through suburban traffic at speeds of up to 60 km/hr. This result demonstrates the potential of ground-based vision-only SLAM using low cost sensing and computational hardware.
Michael Milford, Gordon Wyeth
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Type Conference
Year 2008
Where ICRA
Authors Michael Milford, Gordon Wyeth
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