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Title: Literature review of SLAM and DATMO
Authors: Pancham, A
Tlale, N
Bright, G
Keywords: Mobile robots
Kinect
Simultaneous Localization And Mapping
SLAM
Detection And Tracking Of Moving Objects
DATMO
Detecting
Tracking
Robotics
Robots
Mechatronics
RobMech 2011
Issue Date: Nov-2011
Publisher: RobMech 2011
Citation: Pancham, A, Tlale, N and Bright, G. 2011. Literature review of SLAM and DATMO. 4th Robotics and Mechatronics Conference of South Africa (RobMech 2011), CSIR International Conference Centre, Pretoria, 23-25 November 2011
Series/Report no.: Workflow request;7484
Abstract: 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 locate itself. Real world environments however, are characterized by moving objects such as people, cars, robots and mobile furniture. In order for the robot to interact safely with these moving objects the robot would have to perform Detection And Tracking Of Moving Objects (DATMO). Moving object detection and tracking would eliminate errors in maps, resulting in a reliable map that would enable the robot to localize itself in the environment and execute its tasks. This paper provides a literature review of the techniques and sensors employed to allow a mobile robot to perform SLAM and DATMO.
Description: 4th Robotics and Mechatronics Conference of South Africa (RobMech 2011), CSIR International Conference Centre, Pretoria, 23-25 November 2011
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/5457
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