Proactive Mapping using 3D Point Clouds


Proactive Mapping using 3D Point Clouds – We propose an automatic method for estimating the surface of a moving object in an image, when it is not moving at all. This method, in combination with surface models and ground truth, exploits the geometrical properties of objects to guide the estimation of the pose of the object. In particular, we exploit the geometrical properties of the objects in the images by considering them with the perspective. The spatial and temporal relations between these surfaces are exploited to guide the estimation, to find the correct pose of the object in the given image. We present a novel method for estimating the object in the given images, called the ground truth pose estimation method (FPCR). The proposed method is based on the geometric properties of objects like cars and vehicles. The method is based on the geometrical properties of objects. Our work is based on the estimation of the motion and the position of objects on the ground. The estimation is based on 3D point clouds in the environment. We evaluated our proposed method on different real world and 3D objects and it provided us with an improvement of performance.

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Proactive Mapping using 3D Point Clouds

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