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Ground-truth Robotic Tracking and Feedback System for RoboCup

Author(s):

N. Evirgen
Conference/Journal:

Semester Thesis, FS16
Abstract:

The RoboCup team works on combining robotic perception and behavior algorithms to yield a team of soccer playing robots. These robots rely on onboard cameras for self-localization and estimation of environment. In this work, a Vicon optical tracking system is employed to give ground-truth measurements of the robots and the ball. With the ground-truth measurements, it is possible to make progress in parallel on perception and behavior of the robots.

Supervisors: Benjamin Flamm, Georgios Darivianakis, John Lygeros

Year:

2017
Type of Publication:

(13)Semester/Bachelor Thesis
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