Unmanned autonomous robots will be widely used very soon for land use, treatment, and monitoring. Our and the other groups already described technologies, that can be used for such robots (Kupervasser et al., International Journal of GEOMATE, May, 2018 Vol.14, Issue 45, pp.10-16; Djaja et al., International Journal of GEOMATE, Aug, 2017, Vol.13, Issue 36, pp.31-34). We continue developing these technologies and present here new patented technology of airborne vision-based control of ground robots. The main idea is that robot’s “eyes” is not located on robot, but are independent autonomous system. As a result, the “eyes” can go up and observe the robot from above. We present in this paper algorithms used for two real physical prototypes of a such system
Comments: 6 Pages. accepted to 9th Int. Conf. on Geotechnique, Construction Materials and Environment, Tokyo, Japan, 2019
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