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For several years, our research group has been developing methods for automated modeling of three-dimensional (3D) environments. In September 2002, we were given the opportunity to demonstrate our mapping capability in an underground coal mine. The opportunity arose as a result of the Quecreek...
In this paper, we investigate the use of overhead high-resolution three-dimensional (3D) data for enhancing the performances of an unmanned ground vehicle (UGV) in vegetated terrains. Data were collected using an airborne laser and provided prior to the robot mission. Through extensive and...
In this paper we introduce the Smart Cars Project at the Australian National University/National ICT Australia, together with a discussion and an example of a driver assistance system. We present a framework for interactive driver assistance systems that includes techniques for fast-speed sign...
Reliable and efficient perception and reasoning in dynamic and densely cluttered environments are still major challenges for driver assistance systems. Most of today’s systems use target tracking algorithms based on object models. They work quite well in simple environments such as freeways,...
Current technological developments and application-driven demands are bringing us closer to the realization of autonomous multi-robot systems performing increasingly complex missions. However, existing methods of distributing mission subcomponents among multirobot teams do not explicitly handle...
There is a strong demand for efficient rescue techniques and devices in preparation for large-scale earthquakes. In this study we aim to develop a robot that focuses on the efficient search for survivors. We think that efficient rescue operation is achieved when many people can work using the...
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