Navigation sensor for collaborative mobile robots

Francois Brind'Amour
This thesis presents a possible inexpensive and simple solution for humanitarian demining in developing countries. It consists of a group of mobile robots that can advance and interact collaboratively with each other in a mine field. A base station controls the group and can map their position with the aid of a long range positioning system, thus, identify the landmine position when one is detected by a robot. A short range positioning system is used...
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