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Visual-Inertial-Kinematic Odometry for Legged Robots (VILENS)

Visual-Inertial-Kinematic Odometry for Legged Robots (VILENS) This blog post provides an overview of our recent ICRA 2020 paper Preintegrated Velocity Bias Estimation to Overcome Contact Nonlinearities in Legged Robot Odometry: [bibtex key="2020ICRA_wisth"] This is one paper in a series of works on state estimation described here. Introduction Many [...]

By |2020-05-10T10:22:55+01:00May 7th, 2020|DRS, Legged Robots, ORI Blog, Perception, yr_2020|Comments Off on Visual-Inertial-Kinematic Odometry for Legged Robots (VILENS)

VILENS

VILENS - Visual-Inertial Odometry for Legged Robots VILENS (Visual Inertial Legged Navigation System) is a factor-graph based odometry algorithm for legged robots that fuses leg odometry, vision, and IMU data. This algorithm was designed by David Wisth, Marco Camurri, and Maurice Fallon at the Oxford Robotics Institute (ORI). The papers describing this work are listed below. [...]

By |2020-04-19T08:45:40+01:00October 28th, 2019|DRS, DRS posts, Legged Robots, Perception|Comments Off on VILENS
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