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Niesten, Thijs (author)
Cooperative driving controllers are becoming interesting subjects for future research in automated driving with the increase in connectivity. Using true-scale<br/>autonomous vehicles to properly test new control algorithms can be a challenge<br/>due to three main factors: costs, safety, and space requirements. To overcome<br/>these problems,...
master thesis 2022
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Palffy, A. (author), Pool, E.A.I. (author), Baratam, Srimannarayana (author), Kooij, J.F.P. (author), Gavrila, D. (author)
Next-generation automotive radars provide elevation data in addition to range-, azimuth- and Doppler velocity. In this experimental study, we apply a state-of-the-art object detector (PointPillars), previously used for LiDAR 3D data, to such 3+1D radar data (where 1D refers to Doppler). In ablation studies, we first explore the benefits of...
journal article 2022
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Rosi, Emanuele Riccardo (author), Stölzle, Maximilian (author), Solari, Fabio (author), Della Santina, C. (author)
The nature of continuum soft robots calls for novel perception solutions, which can provide information on the robot's shape while not substantially modifying their bodies' softness. One way to achieve this goal is to develop innovative and completely deformable sensors. However, these solutions tend to be less reliable than classic sensors for...
conference paper 2022
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van Tilburg, Floris (author)
Suction based robotic actuators have potential for the bin-picking industry, but are currently not usable due the needed speed, accuracy and ability to handle novel and adversarial objects. An evaluation of the state of the art grasp pipeline developed by Mahler et al. [1] for detecting grasps on novel objects lead us to split the problem of...
master thesis 2021
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van der Marel, Simon (author)
As autonomous driving is a popular and ever growing field of research, real world experiments provide a required manner of testing. In this thesis a driving research platform is developed, with a focus on platooning using visual messaging. These visual messages are conveyed using LED matrices. This thesis proposes two methods of LED matrix...
master thesis 2021
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Domhof, J.F.M. (author), Kooij, J.F.P. (author), Gavrila, D. (author)
We address joint extrinsic calibration of lidar, camera and radar sensors. To simplify calibration, we propose a single calibration target design for all three modalities, and implement our approach in an open-source tool with bindings to Robot Operating System (ROS). Our tool features three optimization configurations, namely using error...
journal article 2021
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Zaffar, M. (author), Garg, Sourav (author), Milford, Michael (author), Kooij, J.F.P. (author), Flynn, David (author), McDonald-Maier, Klaus (author), Ehsan, Shoaib (author)
Visual place recognition (VPR) is the process of recognising a previously visited place using visual information, often under varying appearance conditions and viewpoint changes and with computational constraints. VPR is related to the concepts of localisation, loop closure, image retrieval and is a critical component of many autonomous...
journal article 2021
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Chandarr, Aswin (author)
The research interests and applicability of robotics have diversified and seen a<br/>tremendous growth in recent years. There has been a shift from industrial robots operating in constrained settings to consumer robots working in dynamic environments associated closely with everyday human activities. Personal service robots to assist elderly,...
doctoral thesis 2016
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