Autonomous Intruder Detection Using a ROS-Based Multi-Robot System Equipped with 2D-LiDAR Sensors

  title={Autonomous Intruder Detection Using a ROS-Based Multi-Robot System Equipped with 2D-LiDAR Sensors},
  author={Mashnoon Islam and Touhid Ahmed and Abu Tammam Bin Nuruddin and Mashuda Islam and Shahnewaz Siddique},
  journal={2020 IEEE International Symposium on Safety, Security, and Rescue Robotics (SSRR)},
The application of autonomous mobile robots in robotic security platforms is becoming a promising field of innovation due to their adaptive capability of responding to potential disturbances perceived through a wide range of sensors. Researchers have proposed systems that either focus on utilizing a single mobile robot or a system of cooperative multiple robots. However, very few of the proposed works, particularly in the field of multi-robot systems, are completely dependent on LiDAR sensors… 

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