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Localisation for Robotics

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The use of robots has been steadily growing within industry and the domestic environment. To expand the range of potential robotic applications, they increasingly need to be autonomous—they need to know their location and be able to travel to a chosen destination. This talk will explore robot localisation, showing how a probabilistic approach is used. It will examine a variety of methods, focusing on Monte Carlo localisation (particle filter) and how this technique addresses the problem of localisation.

This talk is part of the Churchill CompSci Talks series.

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