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    • CommentAuthoritchadi
    • CommentTimeSep 16th 2013
    hi all

    i really like this great work it allow us to test our SLAM algorithm wihtout any additional effort of collecting data, i want to test my FastSlam algorithm 1.0 using biccoca 2009 25b, but i am finding some doubt using the sonar belt dataset, in my SLAM algorithm i need range and bearing of the landmark , and the dataset only contain the range, how could i find the bearing of the landmark ?

    ill be greatful if you respond me and thanks
    • CommentAuthorforumadmin
    • CommentTimeSep 19th 2013
    Hi Abouzahir;
    you can find precise information about the sonar transceivers (including their locations on the robot frame) within the dataset. Further information can be obtained from the Deliverables of project Rawseeds, that you can find in the "Documents" section of this website.
    • CommentAuthoritchadi
    • CommentTimeSep 19th 2013
    I really cant finde those information about the tranciever i have been lost can you show me the link please

    and i have another question

    how i can know how many feature (corner) had been observed in a timestamp ? since the biccoca corner do not have the timestamp , on the ather hand the syncronisation between the ground truth and the corners observed
    • CommentAuthorforumadmin
    • CommentTimeSep 24th 2013 edited
    The link to the .torrent file used to download sensor positioning information for dataset Bicocca 2009-02-25b is this one:

    Timestamps only refer to sensor data.