Structure-From-Motion in 3D Space Using 2D Lidars
AbstractThis paper presents a novel structure-from-motion methodology using 2D lidars (Light Detection And Ranging). In 3D space, 2D lidars do not provide sufficient information for pose estimation. For this reason, additional sensors have been used along with the lidar measurement. In this paper, we use a sensor system that consists of only 2D lidars, without any additional sensors. We propose a new method of estimating both the 6D pose of the system and the surrounding 3D structures. We compute the pose of the system using line segments of scan data and their corresponding planes. After discarding the outliers, both the pose and the 3D structures are refined via nonlinear optimization. Experiments with both synthetic and real data show the accuracy and robustness of the proposed method. View Full-Text
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Choi, D.-G.; Bok, Y.; Kim, J.-S.; Shim, I.; Kweon, I.S. Structure-From-Motion in 3D Space Using 2D Lidars. Sensors 2017, 17, 242.
Choi D-G, Bok Y, Kim J-S, Shim I, Kweon IS. Structure-From-Motion in 3D Space Using 2D Lidars. Sensors. 2017; 17(2):242.Chicago/Turabian Style
Choi, Dong-Geol; Bok, Yunsu; Kim, Jun-Sik; Shim, Inwook; Kweon, In S. 2017. "Structure-From-Motion in 3D Space Using 2D Lidars." Sensors 17, no. 2: 242.
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