Stephan Weiss
Stephan Weiss
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei aau.at - Startseite
TitelZitiert vonJahr
Vision based MAV navigation in unknown and unstructured environments
M Blösch, S Weiss, D Scaramuzza, R Siegwart
2010 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation, 21-28, 2010
4312010
Monocular‐SLAM–based navigation for autonomous micro helicopters in GPS‐denied environments
S Weiss, D Scaramuzza, R Siegwart
Journal of Field Robotics 28 (6), 854-874, 2011
3892011
Real-time onboard visual-inertial state estimation and self-calibration of mavs in unknown environments
S Weiss, MW Achtelik, S Lynen, M Chli, R Siegwart
2012 IEEE international conference on robotics and automation, 957-964, 2012
3492012
Onboard IMU and monocular vision based control for MAVs in unknown in-and outdoor environments
M Achtelik, M Achtelik, S Weiss, R Siegwart
2011 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation, 3056-3063, 2011
3262011
A robust and modular multi-sensor fusion approach applied to mav navigation
S Lynen, MW Achtelik, S Weiss, M Chli, R Siegwart
2013 IEEE/RSJ international conference on intelligent robots and systems …, 2013
2702013
Fusion of IMU and vision for absolute scale estimation in monocular SLAM
G Nützi, S Weiss, D Scaramuzza, R Siegwart
Journal of intelligent & robotic systems 61 (1-4), 287-299, 2011
2682011
From System Design to Autonomous Navigation and Mapping in GPS-Denied Environments
Robotics Automation Magazine, IEEE 21 (3), 26-40, 2014
234*2014
Monocular vision for long‐term micro aerial vehicle state estimation: A compendium
S Weiss, MW Achtelik, S Lynen, MC Achtelik, L Kneip, M Chli, R Siegwart
Journal of Field Robotics 30 (5), 803-831, 2013
2252013
MAV navigation through indoor corridors using optical flow
S Zingg, D Scaramuzza, S Weiss, R Siegwart
2010 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation, 3361-3368, 2010
2182010
Real-time metric state estimation for modular vision-inertial systems
S Weiss, R Siegwart
2011 IEEE international conference on robotics and automation, 4531-4537, 2011
1792011
Versatile distributed pose estimation and sensor self-calibration for an autonomous MAV
S Weiss, MW Achtelik, M Chli, R Siegwart
2012 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation, 31-38, 2012
1182012
Vision based position control for MAVs using one single circular landmark
D Eberli, D Scaramuzza, S Weiss, R Siegwart
Journal of Intelligent & Robotic Systems 61 (1-4), 495-512, 2011
1112011
Vision based navigation for micro helicopters
SM Weiss
ETH Zurich, 2012
862012
Optimal surveillance coverage for teams of micro aerial vehicles in GPS-denied environments using onboard vision
L Doitsidis, S Weiss, A Renzaglia, MW Achtelik, E Kosmatopoulos, ...
Autonomous Robots 33 (1-2), 173-188, 2012
702012
Intuitive 3D maps for MAV terrain exploration and obstacle avoidance
S Weiss, M Achtelik, L Kneip, D Scaramuzza, R Siegwart
Journal of Intelligent & Robotic Systems 61 (1-4), 473-493, 2011
662011
Stereo vision-based obstacle avoidance for micro air vehicles using disparity space
L Matthies, R Brockers, Y Kuwata, S Weiss
2014 IEEE international conference on robotics and automation (ICRA), 3242-3249, 2014
572014
Closed-form solution for absolute scale velocity determination combining inertial measurements and a single feature correspondence
L Kneip, A Martinelli, S Weiss, D Scaramuzza, R Siegwart
2011 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation, 4546-4553, 2011
562011
Visual-inertial SLAM for a small helicopter in large outdoor environments
MW Achtelik, S Lynen, S Weiss, L Kneip, M Chli, R Siegwart
2012 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems …, 2012
492012
Robust embedded egomotion estimation
R Voigt, J Nikolic, C Hürzeler, S Weiss, L Kneip, R Siegwart
2011 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems …, 2011
422011
Motion‐and Uncertainty‐aware Path Planning for Micro Aerial Vehicles
MW Achtelik, S Lynen, S Weiss, M Chli, R Siegwart
Journal of Field Robotics 31 (4), 676-698, 2014
412014
Das System kann den Vorgang jetzt nicht ausführen. Versuchen Sie es später erneut.
Artikel 1–20