obstacle avoidance

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  • Info In robotics, obstacle avoidance is the task of satisfying some control objective subject to non-intersection or non-collision position constraints. more...
  • More complex rules can be added, such as obstacle avoidance and goal seeking.
  • Further research has indicated that their electroreceptors may also serve as a navigational aid for obstacle avoidance.
  • The central computer system uses a custom software package to control each aspect of the camera system, including motion, video, and obstacle avoidance.
  • It makes use of histograms of images captured by a camera in real-time and does not make use of any distance measurements to achieve obstacle avoidance.
  • This includes leading a person in a straight line, stopping at any change in ground elevation as well as overhead obstacles, and obstacle avoidance.
  • These high power prisms "create" artificial peripheral vision into the non-blind field for obstacle avoidance and motion detection.
  • Two small metal rods were used for autonomous obstacle avoidance, as radio signals from Earth would take too long to drive the rovers using remote control.
  • Fairchild designs laser-based terrain and obstacle avoidance systems for commercial and military helicopters.
  • It has a stereo vision system that allows autonomous obstacle avoidance even in unknown and unprepared environments.
  • It is capable of autonomous operations such as waypoint following with obstacle avoidance, and following dismounted infantry soldiers, as well as other vehicles.
  • Two small metal rods were used for autonomous obstacle avoidance, as radio signals from Earth would have taken too long to drive the rovers using remote control.
  • To allow humanoids to move in complex environments, planning and control must focus on self-collision detection, path planning and obstacle avoidance.
  • Box jellyfish also display complex, probably visually guided behaviors such as obstacle avoidance and fast directional swimming.
  • At increasing levels of sophistication the device may operate somewhat independently in matters such as obstacle avoidance, also commonly employed in planetary rovers.
  • The desired heading was then fed into a vector addition with the instinctive obstacle avoidance layer.
  • Other applications are robot navigation, obstacle avoidance, and object recognition.
  • Initial implementation of terrain/obstacle avoidance capability will be through the AW Electronic Data Manager.
  • This algorithm is simulating the echo system of that bats, and how they use this system in prey finding and obstacle avoidance.
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