Publication: Research - peer-review › Article in proceedings – Annual report year: 2011
This paper describes the use of derivative free filters for mobile robot localization and navigation in an orchard. The localization algorithm fuses odometry and gyro measurements with line features representing the surrounding fruit trees of the orchard. The line features are created on basis of 2D laser scanner data by a least square algorithm. The three derivative free filters are compared to an EKF based localization method on a typical run covering four rows in the orchard. The Matlab R toolbox Kalmtool is used for easy switching between different filter implementations without the need for changing the base structure of the system.
|Title||Proceedings of the American Control Conference 2011|
|Conference||2011 American Control Conference|
|City||San Francisco, CA|
|Period||29/06/11 → 01/07/11|
- Autonomous mobile robots, Sensor fusion, State estimation, Robot navigation, Localization
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