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Three-dimensional path planning for the NPS II AUV

Tymothy Wayne Caddell

Three-dimensional path planning for the NPS II AUV

by Tymothy Wayne Caddell

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Published by Naval Postgraduate School, Available from the National Technical Information Service in Monterey, Calif, Springfield, Va .
Written in English


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ContributionsKanayama, Yutaka
The Physical Object
Pagination170 p. ;
Number of Pages170
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Open LibraryOL25460811M

Module for (Re)Planning Paths Online. The planning module is in charge of calculating a collision-free path for the AUV. For doing so, this module receives a query to be solved that is specified with a start configuration (q s t a r t) and a goal configuration (q g o a l), and other parameters, such as the available computing time and minimum distance to the goal. Path planning deals with what we want to achieve (by defining spatial and temporal constraints), and guidance dictates how we should act in order to achieve it .

the AUV is operating at sufficient depth from the surface. The path planning system will use this knowledge of the depth for interception. The path planning system also ignores the currents and surface action. The interception has to be planned against the direction of current to facilitate the ease in interception. In the following. to compute three-dimensional safety tunnel networks prior to the mission. The tunnel network is stored on-board of the small UAV. In the scenario envisioned, the small UAV will track on the fly the precomputed paths but avoid local obstacle. Such approach was used successfully in 2D-1/2 for planning a priori path for a ground mobile robot during.

A real three-dimensional path planning example, involving strong current conditions, is also illustrated. This example utilizes four-dimensional ocean flows from a realistic ocean prediction system which simulate the ocean response to the passage of a tropical storm in the Middle Atlantic Bight region.   Minimum-Time Path Planning for Unmanned Aerial Vehicles in Steady Uniform Winds. An improved belief function method for path planning of AUV. Modified Dubins parameterization for aircraft emergency trajectory planning. Optimal Trajectory Planning for Unmanned Aerial Vehicles in Three-Dimensional Space.


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Three-dimensional path planning for the NPS II AUV by Tymothy Wayne Caddell Download PDF EPUB FB2

Three-dimensional path planning for the NPS II AUV. Item Preview remove-circle Three-dimensional path planning for the NPS II AUV. by Caddell, Tymothy Wayne.;Kanayama, Yutaka.

Publication date some content may be lost due to the binding of the book. Addeddate Call number o CameraPages: the first area is research conducted on the system, NPS II AUV.

The second area is a computer simulation of the actual system. One topic which is vital to both areas is three=dimensional path planning. The concept of three-dimensional path planning is on the order of magnitude of polynomial time and current research in this area is : Tymothy Wayne Caddell.

In this paper, optimal three-dimensional paths are generated offline for waypoint guidance of a miniature Autonomous Underwater Vehicle (AUV). Having the starting point, the destination point, and the position and dimension of the obstacles, the AUV is intended to systematically plan an optimal path toward the by: Underwater Multi-Dimensional Path Planning for the Naval Postgraduate School Autonomous Underwater Vehicle II Article (PDF Available) September with 32 Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Joseph Bonsignore.

Underwater multi-dimensional path planning for the Naval Postgraduate School Autonomous Underwater Vehicle II Bonsignore, Joseph, Jr. Monterey, California. Naval Postgraduate School Fast,Three-dimensional,Collision-freeMotionPlanning 8 lDescription 8 epresentation 8.

NAVAL POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL Monterey, California AD-A 1 ll 1 $ E llgill, l ll 0 STATIs A THESIS EB8]9. THREE-DIMENSIONAL PATH PLANNING FOR THE NPS I AUV by Tymothy Wayne Caddell December Thesis Advisor: Yutaka Kanayama Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited.

ItTH 2 z 9Hl/llli~lUllllllllllSI D. Previous work largely ignores optimizing the CNA path. Since AUVs in mine hunting missions maintain constant altitude this more general, and optimized, path-planner allows for variable vertical separations between the CNA and the survey AUVs.

The path-planner also allows the CNA to be an AUV, not just a surface craft. Home Browse by Title Proceedings AIS'11 Three-dimensional path-planning for a communications and navigation aid working cooperatively with autonomous underwater vehicles ARTICLE Three-dimensional path-planning for a communications and navigation aid working cooperatively with autonomous underwater vehicles.

image processing and path planning. The AUV has a communication protocol that permits the backseat controller to take overriding control; this functionality is very useful for prototyping autonomous behaviors.

Figure 3. NPS REMUS AUV AUV DESCRIPTION The Charles River data set was collected on a. Underwater Multi-Dimensional Path Planning for the Naval Postgraduate School Autonomous Underwater Vehicle II.

Caddell, Tymothy Wayne. Three-Dimensional Path Planning for the NPS II AUV. Floyd, Charles Alan. Design and Implementation of a Collision Avoidance System for the NPS Autonomous Underwater Vehicle (AUV II) Utilizing Ultrasonic Sensors.

Abstract: The authors describe an implementation of a path planner suitable for an autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV). The path planning unit is capable of maintaining a quadtree database of depth information, obstacles, and exclusion zones: verifying a previously planned path; generating a new path between successive goal points; and generating a path to the nearest point of a safe region.

Soulignac et al. []- [] proposed a method for AUV path planning, it similar to the Dijkstra's algorithm called sliding wavefront expansion method, which combines the effective cost function.

feasible and optimal time-dependent underwater path planning algorithm is derived and presented. In order to demonstrate the capabilities of the algorithm, a set of idealized test-cases of increasing complexity are rst presented and discussed. A real three-dimensional path planning example, involving strong current conditions, is also illustrated.

16 hours ago  Formation control and cooperative motion planning are two major research areas currently being used in multi robot motion planning and coordination. The current study proposes a hybrid framework for guidance and navigation of swarm of unmanned surface vehicles (USVs) by combining the key characteristics of formation control and cooperative motion planning.

Examples include sonar classification using an expert system and path planning using a circle world model. The flexibility and versatility provided by this approach enables visualization and analysis of all aspects of AUV development. Integrated simulator networking is recommended as a fundamental requirement for AUV research and deployment.

Abstract: In order to solve problem of path planning for Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) in dynamic environment, a three-dimensional (3D) path planning algorithm of UAV which Based on improved artificial potential field is proposed in this paper.

First, the problem of target unreachable in path planning is solved through the improvement of artificial potential field function.

concerning the development of AUV path planning and obstacle avoidance. A dynamic model of an AUV presented in [5] has been carried out for optimum path planning to perform certain missions, but no obstacles have been assumed.

A horizontal path planning algorithm for the REMUS AUV with obstacle avoidance is designed in [6]-[7]. In order to use D* or D* Lite for an actual path planning problem, we need to define the set of nodes S, the functions Succ and Pred, and the cost function c. A simple way to define these elements is to partition the n-dimensional planning space into a uniform n-dimensional grid.

The Fig. Path planning in a uniform cost 2D environment from. motion model for the AUV. Overview of the paper The plan of the paper is as follows. Section II reviews the framework of our Fast Marching based planning technique.

We rigorously present it as a part of the broader class of sampling based path planning methods. In this section it is shown that the Fast Marching algorithm is an extension of.

Robot 3D (three-dimension) path planning targets for finding an optimal and collision-free path in a 3D workspace while taking into account kinematic constraints (including geometric, physical, and temporal constraints).

The purpose of path planning, unlike motion planning which must be taken into consideration of dynamics, is to find a kinematically optimal path with the least time as well as.

Galceran, E., Campos, R., Palomeras, N., et al.: Coverage Path Planning with Real-time Replanning and Surface Reconstruction for Inspection of Three-dimensional Underwater Structures using Autonomous Underwater Vehicles. J. Field Robot. () Google Scholar.NAVAL POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL Monterey, California Underwater Multi-dimensional Path Planning for the Naval Postgraduate School Autonomous Underwater Vehicle II by Joseph Bonsignore, Jr.

September, Thesis Advisor: Yuh-jeng Lee Approved for .2 Past Studies on Three-Dimensional Path Generation A number of methods for generating paths in known 2-D or 3-D environment already exist. Neural networks had been extensively used for solving such problems.

In recent years, path planning for robots in a 2-D environment using evolutionary algorithms are also studied in great detail [13, 18, 19].