Automated, on-board terrain analysis for precision landings

@inproceedings{Rahman2006AutomatedOT,
  title={Automated, on-board terrain analysis for precision landings},
  author={Zia-ur Rahman and Daniel J. Jobson and Glenn A. Woodell and Glenn D. Hines},
  booktitle={Visual Information Processing},
  year={2006}
}
Advances in space robotics technology hinge to a large extent upon the development and deployment of sophisticated new vision-based methods for automated in-space mission operations and scientific survey. To this end, we have developed a new concept for automated terrain analysis that is based upon a generic image enhancement platform—multi-scale retinex (msr) and visual servo (vs) processing. This pre-conditioning with the msr and the vs produces a “canonical” visual representation that is… CONTINUE READING

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