Mobile Robotic Systems Facing the Humanitarian Demining Problem State of the Art ( SOTA ) December 2007 ITEP 3 . 1 . 4 Task

@inproceedings{Baudoin2008MobileRS,
  title={Mobile Robotic Systems Facing the Humanitarian Demining Problem State of the Art ( SOTA ) December 2007 ITEP 3 . 1 . 4 Task},
  author={Yvan Baudoin and Al Royal Military},
  year={2008}
}
Robotics solutions properly sized with suitable modularized mechanized structure and well adapted to local conditions of dangerous unstructured areas can greatly improve the safety of personnel as well as the work efficiency, productivity and flexibility. Solving this problem presents challenges in robotic mechanics and mobility, sensors and sensor fusion, autonomous or semi autonomous navigation and machine intelligence. This 7 IARP workshop will review and discuss the available technologies… CONTINUE READING

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