Corpus ID: 53064463

Team MuCAR-3 at C-ELROB 2009

  title={Team MuCAR-3 at C-ELROB 2009},
  author={M. Himmelsbach and Felix von Hundelshausen and T. Luettel and M. Manz and A. M{\"u}ller and S. Schneider and Hans-Joachim W{\"u}nsche},
  • M. Himmelsbach, Felix von Hundelshausen, +4 authors Hans-Joachim Wünsche
  • Published 2009
  • Computer Science
  • This paper briefly describes the hardand software system of TAS/UniBw’s entry for the 2009 C-ELROB robotic trials, participating at the autonomous navigation scenario. At the core of the system is the so-called tentacles approach to reactive robot navigation, that we already demonstrated successfully at the 2007 C-ELROB trials. Since then, the basic tentacles approach has been extended in many ways. We outline an efficient method for accumulating 3D LIDAR data into multi-layered occupancy grids… CONTINUE READING
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