WISeNet Student Seminar

Oct 10

Friday, October 10, 2014

11:00 am - 1:00 pm
Hudson Hall 222

Localization focuses on determining the exact location of a source, robot, person, or otherwise interesting object in a possibly noisy or cluttered environment. For a growing number of commercial and defense applications, this needs to be done with very high accuracy over long periods of time and for large numbers of objects. Compared to static arrays or remotely operated mobile sensors, autonomous robots have the potential to accomplish this task more efficiently and with less human intervention. Stereo vision, i.e., two rigidly connected cameras, represent a promising platform for such systems, as they are lightweight, inexpensive, and provide very rich data.

Contact

King, Pamela
681-3927
pamela.king@duke.edu