International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 1, Issue 7, Part C (2015)
Line Integration LiDAR (LILi)
Gowrav L, Lakshmi Shrinivasan
Autonomous navigation is becoming a norm in all kinds of transport system and robotics, and the primary component of such system is the proximity sensors or rangefinders for creating the localized map of the environment they are in to avoid obstacles. The processing and computational power required to perform such an in the current technology is too high to be feasible for every day applications or unmanned aerial vehicles. In this report, we present an affordable low resource consumption 3 dimensional range sensor that provides a comparable performance with commercial grade range sensors which is easy to implement and scalable.
How to cite this article:
Gowrav L, Lakshmi Shrinivasan. Line Integration LiDAR (LILi). International Journal of Applied Research. 2015; 1(7): 149-153.