2 edition of Underwater SLAM for structured environments using an imaging sonar found in the catalog.
Underwater SLAM for structured environments using an imaging sonar
Includes bibliographical references (p. 133-142).
|Statement||David Ribas, Pere Ridao, and José Neira|
|Series||Springer tracts in advanced robotics -- v. 65, Springer tracts in advanced robotics -- v. 65.|
|Contributions||Ridao, Pere, Neira, José|
|LC Classifications||TK8315 .R52 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xx, 142 p. :|
|Number of Pages||142|
|LC Control Number||2010929358|
Sonar (SOund Navigation and Range), especially active sonar, using underwater sound to detect, locate and classify underwater objects (obstacles) always acts as one of standard obstacle avoidance and target recognition sensors in many of the major AUVFile Size: 1MB. underwater, developments in computer vision techniques for detecting and recognising objects from optical images are not applicable in most practical scenarios. Acoustic imaging using SONAR is the most popular approach. While there has been much activity in developing low-level tools for processing SONAR images (, ), there is an imminent.
Relocating Underwater Features Autonomously Using Sonar-Based SLAM Maurice F. Fallon, John Folkesson, Hunter McClelland and John J. Leonard Abstract This paper describes a system for reacquiring features of interest in a shallow water ocean envi-ronment, using autonomous underwater vehicles (AUVs) equipped with low-cost sonar and navigation. imaging of underwater environments using robots capable of capturing, mosaicing, mapping, and analyzing color images of the space. In our previous work  we have described a robot capable of such a task. Figure 7 shows this underwater robot at the end of an underwater color imaging mission. In Cited by:
of underwater sound and sonar imaging. The criteria of sensor selection were also described. It concluded a simple experiment, which was designed for examining the ability of the mechanically scanned imaging sonar (MSIS) and providing a reference data for the future target object selection. Chapters 4 and 5 presented two different approachesFile Size: 1MB. This paper describes a pose-based underwater 3D Simultaneous Localization and Mapping (SLAM) using a multibeam echosounder to produce high consistency underwater maps. The proposed algorithm compounds swath profiles of the seafloor with dead reckoning localization to build surface patches (i.e., point clouds). An Iterative Closest Point (ICP) with a probabilistic implementation is then used to Cited by:
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Recently, a SLAM algorithm using an imaging sonar has been developed to effectively solve the navigation problem in structured environments like harbours, marinas, marine platforms and other. Underwater SLAM for Structured Environments Using an Imaging Sonar.
Authors (view affiliations) The described approaches are designed for use in structured environments like those present in many industrial scenarios, specifically for scenarios containing manmade structures in the form of rectilinear walls like those met in harbours.
Underwater SLAM for Structured Environments Using an Imaging Sonar. Authors: Ribas, David, Ridao, Pere, Neira (AUVs) operating in structured environments, with special attention to localization techniques but, particularly, to the application of SLAM (Simultaneous Localization And Mapping) techniques as a self-contained system which.
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SLAM using an Imaging Sonar for Partially Structured Underwater Environments. for underwater navigation with AUVs in partially structured environments, such as dams, ports or marine platforms.
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The work is supported by the Strategic Priority Program of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (No. XDC, No. XDA), the State Key Laboratory of Robotics of China (No. Z), the National Key Research and Development Program of China (No.
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structured, environments are uncommon. The use of raw range data in SLAM not assuming any type of feature in the environment has been proposed as an alternative to feature based SLAM . Moreover, the feasibility of SLAM in underwater environments using the raw readings of a Mechanically Scanned Imaging Sonar (MSIS) has been demonstrated.
Recent algorithms have demonstrated the feasibility of underwater feature-based SLAM using imaging sonar. But previous methods have either relied on manual feature extraction and correspondence or used prior knowledge of the scene, such as the planar scene assumption. Our proposed system provides a general-purpose method for feature-point extraction and correspondence in arbitrary scenes.
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