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Article title VISION-BASED NAVIGATION SYSTEM
Authors Petrov D.A.
Section SECTION III. RADIO-ELECTRONIC MEANS
Month, Year 03, 2008 @en
Index UDC 621.391
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Abstract In this article review of existing navigation systems for autonomous vehicles made. Comparative analysis of known navigational systems for autonomous vehicles working in hard circumstances, such as poor contact of vehicle tires with soil was made. Systems that allow correct estimation of vehicle pose and position in case of poor contact of vehicle tires with soil highlighted in conclusion.

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Keywords navigational systems, location determination systems.
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