Special Issue "LIDAR Applications in Mobile Robots"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 July 2024 | Viewed by 47
Interests: mobile robots; omnidirectional mobile robots
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LIDAR sensors are currently playing an important role in the rising popularity and increasing complexity of mobile robots. The evolution of LIDAR sensors has led to, in some cases, a new mobile robot application being simply a new LIDAR application implemented in a mobile device in which the information gathered from LIDAR is not restricted to classical concepts such as positioning, mapping, navigation, and environmental modeling. This growing evolution will lead to the development of new sensor models, methods, algorithms, and techniques for real-world single and multi-sensor LIDAR applications.
The aim of this Special Issue is to present current and state-of-the-art research in LIDAR applications in mobile robots, highlighting the development of new sensing concepts and processing methodologies. This Special Issue welcomes contributions exploring, but not limited to, the following topics:
- New LIDAR sensing solutions for mobile robots.
- Integration of multiple LIDARS in mobile robots.
- Mobile robot applications based on low-cost LIDARs.
- Extracting information from LIDAR embedded in mobile robots.
- Alternative LIDAR applications for mobile robot self-localization and mapping.
Prof. Dr. Jordi Palacín Roca
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- sensor calibration
- mobile robot
- real world