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Design and implementation of an obstacle avoidance method in an outdoor environment for a mobile robot
Fargač, Tomáš ; Králík, Jan (referee) ; Věchet, Stanislav (advisor)
This thesis focuses on investigating the usability of the optical flow method in image processing. Firstly, this method is introduced theoretically, followed by its mathematical derivation. Subsequently, the idea of implementing it into decision-making algorithms and potential areas of application is presented. The thesis also elaborates on suitable environments for such applications in both virtual and real worlds. The practical part demonstrates the step-by-step development process and the refinement of working with this method and its outputs. The work utilizes the Matlab programming environment and detailed work at the level of individual components in this programming language, enriched with auxiliary toolboxes, especially from the field of computer vision. The entire research is summarized clearly at the end, and all undertaken steps are depicted in a flowchart. Finally, all explored approaches with their strengths and weaknesses, identified throughout the process, are clearly presented.
Objectives and procedures of education of aeronautic technology experts
Kovář, Jan ; Šplíchal, Miroslav (referee) ; Vosecký, Slavomír (advisor)
This master thesis focuses on the analysis of specialized courses for specialists in the operation of air traffic control technology at the Brno Aviation Institute. It analyses the requirements for the output profile of the ideal specialist and examines the changes in the specialist subjects DLG, DRN, ERN, OLN and OZL brought about by the dynamic developments in the field of air traffic operations.
Real-time propojení senzorů pro navigaci
Kaczmarek, Adrian ; Rohm, Witold ; Klingbeil, Lasse ; Tchórzewski, Janusz
The development of satellite techniques in the field of precise positioning and the availability of mobile devices with a built-in multi-GNSS (Global Navigation Satellite System) receiver allow us to determine positions with better accuracy than a dozen or so years ago. At the same time, there is a growing demand from users for more and more accurate positioning while reducing the costs of the final device (e.g., a navigation system for autonomous lawn mowers). This work presents the concept of a solution that integrates different positioning techniques: gyroscopes, odometers, and GNSS using a loosely coupled Kalman filter. The sensor integration model was developed for horizontal components (2D) with simultaneous determination of azimuth and precise position. Additionally, the integration filter uses a dynamic weight matrix, the values of which are selected depending on the type of GNSS solution (FIX, FLOAT, etc.). Tests of the measurement platform were carried out under ideal conditions and in places where the horizon is obscured (passes along a high wall, under openwork steel trusses, etc.). The accuracies obtained during tests using EKF and the dynamic weight matrix are RMS 0.019 m for the North and East components. However, the accuracy of the azimuth determination was 0.59°. In addition, the presentation will present a platform concept that integrates low-cost sensors in real time. This work was supported by Wroclaw University of Environmental and Life Sciences (Poland) under the project “POMOST” (grant no. N110/0002/22).
Localization system for mobile robot B2
Korytár, Lukáš ; Věchet, Stanislav (referee) ; Krejsa, Jiří (advisor)
The master’s thesis implements localization and navigation routines for mobile robot B2 in order to operate autonomously in an environment described by a road map only. The ROS framework was used for developing new software. The research part describes possible approaches to localization problem and summarizes ROS packages with localization and navigation software. The following part includes communication with the robot’s sensor modules and data processing from LIDAR, IMU and camera. The localization package robot_localization based on Kalman filter is implemented and setting of the navigation stack navigation is proposed, aiming to robot’s autonomous outdoor navigation. Implemented functions were tested in park environment and they are evaluated in this master's thesis too.
Advanced Navigation in Heterogeneous Multi-robot Systems in Outdoor Environment
Jílek, Tomáš ; Duchoň,, František (referee) ; Mazal, Jan (referee) ; Žalud, Luděk (advisor)
The doctoral thesis discusses current options for the navigation of unmanned ground vehicles with a focus on achieving high absolute compliance of the required motion trajectory and the obtained one. The current possibilities of key self-localization methods, such as global satellite navigation systems, inertial navigation systems, and odometry, are analyzed. The description of the navigation method, which allows achieving a centimeter-level accuracy of the required trajectory tracking with the above mentioned self-localization methods, forms the core of the thesis. The new navigation method was designed with regard to its very simple parameterization, respecting the limitations of the used robot drive configuration. Thus, after an appropriate parametrization of the navigation method, it can be applied to any drive configuration. The concept of the navigation method allows integrating and using more self-localization systems and external navigation methods simultaneously. This increases the overall robustness of the whole process of the mobile robot navigation. The thesis also deals with the solution of cooperative convoying heterogeneous mobile robots. The proposed algorithms were validated under real outdoor conditions in three different experiments.
Development of electronic parking system
Šmíd, Josef ; Strecker, Zbyněk (referee) ; Paloušek, David (advisor)
This bachelor thesis deals with the development of the electronic parking system, which is intended to navigate the drivers to the nearest vacancies, using the Arduino platform. The introductory part deals with an overview of the current state of knowledge. The research section provides an overview of the Arduino base plates and other modules and sensors selected for conceptual design solutions. The construction part deals with the design of the casing according to the selected components and the subsequent realization of the whole device, including the program, for testing under real conditions. The test results are finally evaluated and summarized in the final discussion.
Navigation Focused on Geocaching
Nohejl, Petr ; Mlích, Jozef (referee) ; Koutný, Jiří (advisor)
The thesis deals with design and implementation of application for navigation focused on game Geocaching. Program works on Windows Mobile platform. It allows users to read the information about cache fast and easily and via GPS navigation takes player to the cache. The theoretical section introduces GPS navigation issue, rules of Geocaching and description of aplication itself. The aim of the practical section is to create a program and test it in real environment.
Augmented Reality for Mobile Devices for Precise Urban Navigation
Murín, Michal ; Herout, Adam (referee) ; Beran, Vítězslav (advisor)
Diplomová práce je zaměřená na rozšířenou realitu a její realizaci pro mobilní platformu Android. V teoretické části je kladen důraz na obeznámení se s principy rozšířené reality, možnostmi její realizace pro mobilní platformu Android, která je také podrobněji představena. V praktické části se dále zaměřuje na návrh a realizaci knihovny a aplikace využívající tuhle knihovnu pro tvorbu rozšířené reality na platformě Android pomocí GPS a polohových senzorů. Aplikace slouží jako navigace a zobrazuje cestu ke konkrétnímu cíly, jak v podobě rozšířené reality, tak i na klasické dvourozměrné mapě. Práce podrobně popisuje navrhované řešení knihovny a aplikace a jejich implementaci. Nakonec popisuje testování, zhodnocuje dosažené výsledky a diskutuje nedostatky výsledného řešení a možnosti jeho vylepšení, respektive rozšíření.
Docking Station for Automatic Charging of Batteries of Robot
Beran, Jan ; Janoušek, Vladimír (referee) ; Rozman, Jaroslav (advisor)
The aim of this thesis is to create a functional docking and charging system for the Trilobot robot, which is improved and modified for use in future projects as a part of this thesis. The theoretical part discusses the path planning methods, battery types and charging methods, types of docking stations and the charging method itself. Also, a robot refurbishment design is presented, which is then implemented, along with the docking station. The refurbished robot has functional control software in the ROS framework, which allows it to perform not only the task of autonomous battery charging. In this thesis, a test of the whole system is also performed and the results are evaluated.
Autonomous RC ship model
Jevická, Barbora ; Marada, Tomáš (referee) ; Zuth, Daniel (advisor)
This Master’s thesis deals with working on development kit, which is used for RC ship model. The basis are programmable Nucleo STM32 microcontrollers, to which other used modules are connected. The goal is to test each component and create system for navigation of the ship and wireless communication between controller and ship. GPS module and compass are used to navigate and determine the direction of the ship. Controller and ship can communicate through bidirectional wireless modules with antenna. The RC ship model can be switched between manual and autonomous modes. The main result of this thesis is autonomous movement of the ship on to a predetermined GPS coordinates and parallel communication with the user.

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