Active SLAM-based algorithm for autonomous exploration with mobile robot

  • Trivun D
  • Salaka E
  • Osmankovic D
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In this paper, we present an algorithm for fully autonomous exploration and mapping of an unknown indoor robot environment. This algorithm is based on the active SLAM (simultaneous localization and mapping) approach. The mobile robot equipped with laser sensor builds a map of an environment, while keeping track of its current location. Autonomy is introduced to this system by automatically setting goal points so that either previously unknown space is mapped, or known landmarks are revisited in order to increase map accuracy. Final aim is to maximize both map coverage and accuracy. The proposed procedure is experimentally verified on Pioneer 3-DX mobile robot in real environment, using ROS framework for implementation.

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  • Darko Trivun

  • Edin Salaka

  • Dinko Osmankovic

  • Jasmin Velagic

  • Nedim Osmic

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