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Author: Cagri Kilic
Affiliation: WVU NAVLAB
Maintainer: Cagri Kilic, cakilic@mix.wvu.edu

Improved Planetary Rover Inertial Navigation and Wheel Odometry Performance through Periodic Use of Zero-Type Constraint

Architecture

This repository provides a localization algorithm that compensates for the high likelihood of odometry errors by providing a reliable localization solution that leverages nonholonomic vehicle constraints as well as state-aware pseudo-measurements (e.g., zero velocity and zero angular rate) updates during periodic stops.

Keywords: localization, dead-reckoning, zero-velocity, non-holonomic

Citation

If you find this library useful, please cite the following publication:

  • Cagri Kilic, Jason N. Gross, Nicholas Ohi, Ryan Watson, Jared Strader, Thomas Swiger, Scott Harper, and Yu Gu: Improved Planetary Rover Inertial Navigation and Wheel Odometry Performance through Periodic Use of Zero-Type Constraints. IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS), 2019. (arXiv:1906.08849)

      @inproceedings{Kilic2019,
          author = {Kilic, Cagri and Gross,Jason N. and Ohi,Nicholas and Watson, Ryan and Strader, Jared and Swiger, Thomas and Harper, Scott and Gu, Yu},
          booktitle = {2019 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS)},
          title = {{Improved Planetary Rover Inertial Navigation and Wheel Odometry Performance through Periodic Use of Zero-Type Constraints}},
          year = {2019},
          pages={552-559},
          doi={10.1109/IROS40897.2019.8967634},
          ISSN={2153-0858}, 
          publisher = {IEEE},
          
      }
    

IROS Figures

To generate the same figures in the paper, use v.1.0 and simply run MainRun.m

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