Passive navigation using egomotion estimates

  title={Passive navigation using egomotion estimates},
  author={Antonella Branca and Ettore Stella and Arcangelo Distante},
  journal={Image Vision Comput.},
The goal of this work is to propose a method to solve the problem of passive navigation with visual means. Passive navigation is the ability of an autonomous agent to determine its motion with respect to the environment. The two main egomotion parameters allowing performing passive navigation are the heading direction and the time to collision with the environment. A lot of approaches have been proposed in literature in order to estimate the above parameters, most of which work well only if the… CONTINUE READING


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