Talk / Overview

Volumetric maps are a crucial tool for robot interaction tasks. In practice, robots are oftentimes subject to tracking errors and long-term scene changes, which the map representation needs to account for. To this end, we present two volumetric map representations. First, we present a method that incrementally fuses neural implicit surface representations directly in latent space, showing improved robustness to camera tracking errors. Second, we demonstrate how high-level semantic information can be leveraged to incorporate long-term scene changes into a multi-resolution volumetric map during robot operation

Talk / Speakers

Lukas Schmid

PhD student, ETHZ

Talk / Slides

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Talk / Highlights

Robust volumetric mapping in changing environments

With Lukas SchmidPublished April 28, 2022

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