Landmark based localization : Detection and update of landmarks with uncertainty analysis

@inproceedings{Qu2017LandmarkBL,
  title={Landmark based localization : Detection and update of landmarks with uncertainty analysis},
  author={Xiaozhi Qu},
  year={2017}
}
Mobile mapping is the process of collecting geospatial data with a moving vehicle. These vehicles are often equipped with two types of sensors: remote sensing (cameras, lidar, radar) and geo-localization (GNSS, IMU, odometer). Precise and robust georeferencing has been a major challenge for the implementation of mobile mapping systems. Indeed, in dense urban environments, the masks of signals and multipath errors corrupt the measurements and lead to big positioning errors. High precision IMUs… CONTINUE READING

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