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Localization is the problem of estimating a robot's pose relative to a map of its environment.

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First of all, assume that the sensors we have are ideal (e.g. no latency, perfect accuracy, infinite (continuous) data frequency). Then we can know the rotation rate of each of the wheels. and how mu …
answered Apr 24 '15 by Gürkan Çetin
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You cannot directly find the direction (heading) of your robot. You only can derive the triangulated x, y positions. However, if you have some constraints in motion dynamics (for example if your robo …
answered Jun 15 '17 by Gürkan Çetin
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Basically, you need the following: A target DGPS-capable unit A source DGPS unit A data link to carry the differential data from source to target and of course necessary software and cabling. Yo …
answered Jun 5 '17 by Gürkan Çetin
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The answer to what capabilities the quadcopter to have is: link loss algorithms and navigation capacity. Link loss procedure for a robot could be: determine that there's a link loss (no commands fo …
answered Dec 24 '15 by Gürkan Çetin