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  • Pancham, A; Tlale, N; Bright, G (2012-11)
    Simultaneous Localization And Mapping (SLAM) allows a mobile robot to construct a map of an unknown, static environment and simultaneously localize itself. Real world environments, however, have dynamic objects such as ...
  • Pancham, A; Tlale, N; Bright, G (CSIR, 2011-10)
    This work involves the development of algorithms for the implementation of multiple Kinect sensors for SLAM and DATMO. The algorithms will allow the mobile robot to navigate in a dynamic environment and simutaneously create ...
  • Matsebe, O; Namoshe, M; Tlale, N (INTECH, 2010)
    The goal of the chapter is to provide an opportunity for researchers who are new to, or interested in, this exciting area of research with the basics, background information, major issues, and the state-of-the-art as well ...
  • Makondo, N; Claassens, J; Tlale, N; Braae, M (Robmech, 2012-11)
    This paper describes a geometrical method for solving the inverse kinematic (IK) problem of a 5 Degrees of Freedom (DOF) redundant manipulator. A geometric inverse kinematics solution is desirable as it provides complete ...
  • Pancham, A; Tlale, N; Bright, G (RobMech 2011, 2011-11)
    Simultaneous Localization And Mapping (SLAM) allows a mobile robot to be completely autonomous in an unknown environment and perform its tasks. The robot is able to create a map of its environment and at the same time ...
  • Pancham, A; Tlale, N; Bright, G (2012-10)
    In order for mobile robots to operate in dynamic or real world environments they must be able to localise themselves while building a map of the environment, and detect and track moving objects. This work involves the ...
  • Matsebe, O; Namoshe, M; Tlale, N (2010-07)
    Simultaneous Localisation and Mapping (SLAM) is a process by which a mobile robot maps the environment and concurrently localises itself within the map. Feature extraction is a technique by which sensor data is processed ...