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Self-Supervised Terrain Classification for Planetary Rovers

@inproceedings{BrooksSelfSupervisedTC,
  title={Self-Supervised Terrain Classification for Planetary Rovers},
  author={C. A. Brooks and K. Iagnemma}
}
—For planetary rovers, autonomous mobility is a key to enabling greater science return. While current terrain sensing approaches can be used to detect geometric hazards, such as rocks and cliffs, they are limited in their ability to detect non-geometric hazards, such as loose sand in which a rover may become entrenched. This paper presents a self-supervised classification approach to learning the visual appearance of terrain classes which relies on vibration-based sensing of wheel-terrain… Expand
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