3D OBJECT MODELING USING DATA FUSION FROM LASER SENSOR ON QUADROTOR
ADHA, IMAM CAHYADI
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Environmental modeling of a robot which is needed for robot navigation and path planning is in the form of planar or 2D modeling. Several previous researchers have used laser sensor to model 2D obstacles because it has data accuracy for navigation. It is in a planar shape and implemented in quadrotor thus the obstacle modeling formed is in 2D. The problem in a 2D environment is that the path planning and navigation of the robot requires a considerable time because the robot stops at loca minima and attempts to find other paths in the dimension. The problem can be solved by using combined data taken from the laser sensor. The combination of the data uses several algorithms such as graph theory and vector field histogram algorithms. Therefore, this paper presents the combination of the algorithms to model a 3D environment. By using this model, the quadrotor is able to avoid loca minima.