Laser-augmented omnidirectional vision for 3D localisation and mapping

@inproceedings{Mei2007LaseraugmentedOV,
  title={Laser-augmented omnidirectional vision for 3D localisation and mapping},
  author={Christopher Mei},
  year={2007}
}
The problem of estimating the motion of a robot and simultaneously building a representation of the environment (known as SLAM: Simultaneous Localisation And Mapping) is often considered as an essential topic of research to build fully autonomous systems that do not require any prior knowledge of the environment to fulfill their tasks. The evolution of SLAM is closely linked to the sensors used. Sonars with odometry are often presented as the first sensors having led to convincing results… CONTINUE READING

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