Christophe Reymann

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We study the problem of monitoring the evolution of atmospheric variables within low-altitude cumulus clouds with a fleet of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs). To tackle this challenge, two main problems can be identified: i) creating on-line maps of the relevant variables, based on sparse local measurements; ii) designing a planning algorithm which exploits(More)
Besides precise and dense geometric information, some LiDARs also provide intensity information and multiple echoes, information that can advantageously be exploited to enhance the performance of the purely geometric classification approaches. This information indeed depends on the physical nature of the perceived surfaces, and is not strongly impacted by(More)
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