Clément Bourdarias

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This paper tackles the pinpoint navigation challenge for autonomous planetary landers using a single camera and an Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU) to reach a 100-meter position error requirement at touchdown. Inertial navigation schemes embedded in previous missions suffer from position and attitude (pose) error growth due to integration of IMU acceleration(More)
In this paper, we present the vision-based absolute navigation (VIBAN) system that enables the global localiza-tion ability (also called " pinpoint landing ") of the lan-der. The system integrates the absolute visual localisation (AVL) approach Landstel with visual odometry (VO), a relative visual motion estimation approach. The combination of the two(More)
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