Pallet Detection and Mapping
|Title||Pallet Detection and Mapping|
|Summary||Pallet Detection and Mapping in a Warehouse Environment|
|Keywords||Object Recognition, Classification, Mapping, Scene Understanding|
|TimeFrame||January 2015 until June 2015, with possible extension until September 2015.|
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|Prerequisites||Image analysis, programming skills (preferably C++ or Python), familiarity with pattern recognition, Familiarity with filtering techniques (eg. EKF) for mobile robots mapping.|