A New Approach to Visual-Based Sensory System for Navigation into Orange Groves

  title={A New Approach to Visual-Based Sensory System for Navigation into Orange Groves},
  author={Joaqu{\'i}n Torres-Sospedra and Patricio Nebot},
One of the most important parts of an autonomous robot is to establish the path by which it should navigate in order to successfully achieve its goals. In the case of agricultural robotics, a procedure that determines this desired path can be useful. In this paper, a new virtual sensor is introduced in order to classify the elements of an orange grove. This proposed sensor will be based on a color CCD camera with auto iris lens which is in charge of doing the captures of the real environment… CONTINUE READING


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