Radar is a valuable sensor to support mini-UAS navigation in complex environments where GPS signal may be neither available nor reliable. Based on the increasing availability of compact radar sensors for mini-UAS, this work presents the results of an experimental campaign in which radar is tested as a standalone navigation sensor through radar odometry. A novel strategy for rejecting radar outliers is discussed, which will enhance robustness and accuracy of radar-only navigation.

Improving radar-based mini-UAS navigation in complex environments with outlier rejection

Scannapieco, Antonio F.;Graziano, Maria D.;Fasano, Giancarmine;Renga, Alfredo
2019

Abstract

Radar is a valuable sensor to support mini-UAS navigation in complex environments where GPS signal may be neither available nor reliable. Based on the increasing availability of compact radar sensors for mini-UAS, this work presents the results of an experimental campaign in which radar is tested as a standalone navigation sensor through radar odometry. A novel strategy for rejecting radar outliers is discussed, which will enhance robustness and accuracy of radar-only navigation.
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