B2.5 Detailed list of content

Stages of development at UniBwM / LRT (1977 – 2004)

A.0 Application areas and tasks

H.0 Hardware used

H.1.0 Vision system

H.1.1 Microprocessors with special acquisition of image data (1st-generation)

H.1.2 Integrated Transputer Systems (2nd – generation)

H.1.3 EMS vision system (3rd – generation, based on COTS-PC hardware)

H.2.0 Plants controlled autonomously  (real-world mechanical systems)

H.2.1 Electro cart balancing a rod (pole, 0.5 < length / m < 2)

H.2.2 Air cushion vehicle (2-D satellite motion, air-jet-propelled)

H.2.3 Van VaMoRs (1985 – 2004)

H.2.4 Sedan car VaMP (1993 – 2004)

H.2.5 AGV Athene (with IfM / LRT)

H.2.6 ROTEX (Vision-guided grasping in Space, 1993)

H.3 Pointing platforms (of UniBwM/LRT/ISF, 1984 – 2002)

H.4.0 Hardware-In-the-Loop (HIL) simulation

H.4.1 HIL-Sim RoadVehGuidance

H.4.2 HIL-Sim AirVehGuidance

 M.0 Methods developed and proven

M.1 Visual perception

M.2 Action, behavioral components

M.3.0 Functional system integration

M.3.1 Basic aspects for structuring in space and time

M.3.2 Structure of visual perception

M.3.3 Structure of behavior decision using skills

M.3.4 Coarse block diagram of system integration

M.3.5 Visualization of feedback loops

M.3.6 Abstract feedback loops around ‚Here and Now’

T.0Test- and demonstration sites for autonomous systems

T.1 UniBwM Neubiberg, former airport (1985 – present)

T.2 Autonomous ground vehicles (external)

T.3 Flight test sites (airport Brunswick)

X.0 Survey on experimental results

X.1 VaMoRs achievements

X.2 VaMP achievements

X.3 Air and Space vehicles

X.4 Table of “Firsts” in dynamic vision for vehicle guidance