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AR-Drone as a Platform for Robotic Research and Education
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This paper presents the AR-Drone quadrotor helicopter as a robotic platform usable for research and education. Expand
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A Practical Multirobot Localization System
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We present a fast vision-based software intended for multiple robot localization. Expand
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SyRoTek—Distance Teaching of Mobile Robotics
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This paper gives an overview of SyRoTek, an e-learning platform for mobile robotics, artificial intelligence, control engineering and related domains. Expand
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FPGA based Speeded Up Robust Features
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We present an implementation of the Speeded Up Robust Features (SURF) on a Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA). Expand
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Simple yet stable bearing-only navigation
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This article describes a simple monocular navigation system for a mobile robot based on the map-and-replay technique. Expand
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System for deployment of groups of unmanned micro aerial vehicles in GPS-denied environments using onboard visual relative localization
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A complex system for control of swarms of micro aerial vehicles (MAV), in literature also called as unmanned aerial vehicles, stabilized via an onboard visual relative localization is described in this paper. Expand
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Simple yet stable bearing-only navigation
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We propose a theoretical framework for extended Kalman filter-based localization and mapping (EKF)-based SLAM and propose upper bounds of EKF position estimation. Expand
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On the Dubins Traveling Salesman Problem with Neighborhoods
  • Petr Vana, J. Faigl
  • Mathematics, Computer Science
  • IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent…
  • 17 December 2015
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We address the problem of optimal path planning to visit a set of regions by Dubins vehicle, which is also known as the Dubins Traveling Salesman Problem with Neighborhoods (DTSPN). Expand
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Tactile sensing with servo drives feedback only for blind hexapod walking robot
  • J. Mrva, J. Faigl
  • Engineering, Computer Science
  • 10th International Workshop on Robot Motion and…
  • 6 July 2015
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In this paper, we address the problem of traversing rough terrains with hexapod walking robots. Expand
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Low-cost embedded system for relative localization in robotic swarms
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In this paper, we present a small, light-weight, low-cost, fast and reliable system designed to satisfy requirements of relative localization within a swarm of micro aerial vehicles. Expand
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