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Localisation and navigation are still two of the most important issues in mobile robotics. In certain indoor application scenarios RFID (radio frequency identification)-based absolute localisation has been found to be especially successful in supporting navigation. In this paper we evaluate the feasibility of an RFID and compass based approach to robot localisation and navigation for indoor environments that are dominated by corridors. We describe our system and evaluate its performance in a small, but full-scale, test environment.
Li, Y. Mac Namee, B. & Kelleher, J.D. (2010) "Helmsman, Set a Course : Using a Compass and RFID Tags for Indoor Localisation and Navigation". In Proceedings of the 21st Irish Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science (AICS 2010), NUI Galway, 30-1 September. doi:10.21427/D7XS5D