Kinect based Intelligent Wheelchair navigation with potential fields
INISTA 2014 - IEEE International Symposium on Innovations in Intelligent Systems and Applications, Proceedings
IEEE Computer Society
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Increasing elderly people population and people with disabilities constitute a huge demand for wheelchairs. Wheelchairs have an important role on improving the lives and mobilization of people with disabilities. Moreover, autonomous wheelchairs constitute a suitable research platform for academic and industrial researchers. In this study, Finite state machine (FSM) based high-level controller and Kinect based navigation algorithm have been developed for ATEKS (Intelligent Wheelchair) which has high-tech control mechanisms, low-cost sensors and open source software (ROS, GAZEBO, ANDROID). © 2014 IEEE.
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