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  • Green, JJ; Bosscha, P; Candy, L; Hlophe, K; Coetzee, S; Brink, S (2010-09)
    Safety in mines is of paramount importance, especially in the labour intensive operations of South Africa, where upward of 300 000 people are employed on a daily basis in an environment that is inherently dangerous. On ...
  • Hlophe, K (Robmech 2011, 2011-11)
    Platform pose (localization and orientation) information is a key requirement for autonomous mobile systems. The severe natural conditions and complex terrain of underground mines diminish the capability of most pose ...
  • Hlophe, K (CSIR, 2010-08-31)
    South Africa plays a major role in the international mining fraternity. Location information will enhance the safety in mines by permitting the realisation of wireless sensor networks (WSN), which are persistent and ...
  • Green, JJ; Hlophe, K; Dickens, J; Teleka, R; Price, M (2011-07)
    Underground mining robotics has not enjoyed the same technology advances as above ground mining. This paper examines sensing technologies that could enable the development of underground autonomous vehicles. Specifically, ...
  • Green, JJ; Hlophe, K; Dickens, J; Teleka, R; Price, M (IJEAT, 2012-04)
    Underground mining robotics has not enjoyed the same technology advances as above ground mining. This paper examines sensing technologies that could enable the development of underground autonomous vehicles. Specifically, ...
  • Hlophe, K; Ferreira, G; Green, J (2010-09)
    Platform pose is a key requirement for autonomous systems. The severe natural conditions and complex terrain of underground mines diminish the performance of classical localization systems. This paper proposes a pose ...
  • Hlophe, K; Green, J (2011-07)
    Platform pose (localization and orientation) information is a key requirement for autonomous mobile systems. The severe natural conditions and complex terrain of underground mines diminish the capability of most pose ...