|Article title||CONTACTLESS ODOMETER AS A PART OF ONBOARD NAVIGATING SYSTEMS|
|Authors||S.M. Sokolov, A.K. Platonov, A.A. Boguslavskij, F.A. Kuftin, K.A. Moksin|
|Section||SECTION II. NAVIGATION AND PROMPTING|
|Month, Year||03, 2010 @en|
|Index UDC||004.896, 004.932.2, 004.823|
|Abstract||In article contactless odometer possibilities as a part of mobile robots navigating systems and other vehicles are considered. Researches of similar systems are described and results of experiments with pre-production models contactless odometers are resulted. On the basis of the spent researches quantitative estimations of reliability and accuracy of offered algorithms are given. These estimations allow formalizing criteria of decision-making on configuration of contactless odometers hardware-software means for achievement of the set characteristics of reliability at the set restrictions on parameters of relative movement and restrictions on accessories cost. In the conclusions the conclusion about high accuracy and reliability of this independent (from other known ways of a way notation) channel of navigating data becomes.|
|Keywords||Vision systems; contactless odometer; an optical flow; local navigation.|
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