Localization under consistent assumptions over dynamics

Tutkimustuotos: Muu tuotosScientific

Abstrakti

Accurate maps are a prerequisite for virtually all autonomous vehicle tasks. Most state-of-the-art maps assume a static world, and therefore dynamic objects are filtered out of the measurements. However, this division ignores movable but non-moving, i.e. semi-static, objects, which are usually recorded in the map and treated as static objects, violating the static world assumption, causing error in the localization. In this paper, we present a method for modeling moving and movable objects for matching the map and the measurements consistently. This reduces the error resulting from inconsistent categorization and treatment of non-static measurements. A semantic segmentation network is used to categorize the measurements into static and semi-static classes, and a background subtraction-based filtering method is used to remove dynamic measurements. Experimental comparison against a state-of-the-art baseline solution using real-world data from Oxford Radar RobotCar data set shows that consistent assumptions over dynamics increase localization accuracy.
AlkuperäiskieliEnglanti
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TilaJätetty - 2023
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