Accurate localization in autonomous robots enables effective decision-making within their operating environment. Various methods have been developed to address this challenge, encompassing traditional techniques, fiducial marker utilization, and machine learning approaches. This work proposes a deep-learning solution employing Convolutional Neural Networks (CNN) to tackle the localization problem, specifically in the context of the RobotAtFactory 4.0 competition. The proposed approach leverages transfer learning from the pre-trained VGG16 model to capitalize on its existing knowledge. To validate the effectiveness of the approach, a simulated scenario was employed. The experimental results demonstrated an error within the millimeter scale and rapid response times in milliseconds. Notably, the presented approach offers several advantages, including a consistent model size regardless of the number of training images utilized and the elimination of the need to know the absolute positions of the fiducial markers.
Originele taal-2English
Aantal pagina's14
StatusPublished - 3 feb. 2024
EvenementOptimization, Learning Algorithms and Applications - OL2A 2023 - Ponta Delgada, Portugal
Duur: 27 sep. 202329 sep. 2023


ConferenceOptimization, Learning Algorithms and Applications - OL2A 2023
Verkorte titelOL2A 2023
StadPonta Delgada
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  • Best Paper Award - OL2A 2023

    Klein, Luan Carlos (Recipient), Mendes, João (Recipient), Braun, João (Recipient), Martins, Felipe (Recipient), Schneider de Oliveira, André (Recipient), Costa, Paulo Gomes (Recipient), Wörtche, Heinrich (Recipient) & Lima, José (Recipient), 29 sep. 2023

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