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Autonomous Dynamic Collision avoidance robot
« on: March 30, 2017, 12:33:40 AM »
Hi Guys ,

I am new to robotics world. I have project in mind which I wanted to for a long time.

So here it goes:

I am building robot that do this:

  • Move around automatically indoor.
  • Map of the floor or the building is predefined.
  • If there is obstruction it will avoid it and continually moving towards goal.
  • The destination is not straight line ( it maybe in another room)
  • Vehicle is using all four wheels for rotating and moving around (rather then 2)
  • Project is very small scale (about $500 project)

Now what I have done so far:

  • I started of by investigating different navigation strategies:
  • I am interested in following strategies:

  • Kruusmaa: Global navigation in dynamic environments using case-based reasoning," Autonomous Robots
  • Mateev : Real-time navigation of mobile robots in problems of border patrolling and avoiding collisions with moving and deforming obstacles
  • CWang: A Real-time Obstacle Avoidance Strategy for Safe Autonomous Navigation of Intelligent Hospital Beds in Dynamic Uncertain Environments

I am more leaning towards Cwang strategy but they implemented larger scale. I wanted to implement that but in smaller scale just to proof a concept.
  • I want to know whether raspberry Pi capable enough to fulfill these requirements.
  • If it is, how can I able to map the environment or MAP ( for e.g. map of the office)?
  • Will ROS software capable of it ?
  • Can it be connected to Raspberry Pi ?
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