LOAM paper accepted to RSS

Ji's paper "LOAM: Lidar Odometry and Mapping in Real-time" was accepted to the Robotics Systems and Science conference (RSS).  The RSS conference is one of the most well-respected robotics conference, with an acceptance rate around 8%. Congratulations Ji! Check out his cool video, too.

Scanning the robot city railroad bridge

Last Saturday, we spent the day scanning a small railroad bridge located in "Robot City."  Robot City is located on the site of the LTV Cokeworks, and is in the process of being redeveloped as prime real estate close to downtown. In the meantime, we use it for robot testing. The robot city bridge is [...]

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GPS-denied Registration

Ji Zhang has developed an algorithm to register laser scanner data obtained from a moving platform. We tested the algorithm using the data from Schenley Bridge that we collected last year.  The results are very promising.

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