Detect Low Obstacles using Tilted 2D Lidar

Use cheap 2D lidar to detect obstacles and potholes. It saves your budgets

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In the robotics world, we normally use 2D lidar or 3D lidar to detect the obstacles as the perception sensors. Although using the camera with the deep learning model has developed very fast in recent years and it’s able to…

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