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Guarddog is a project that I started in 2008 with the goal of constructing a mobile robotic platform that traverses and guards small indoor spaces.

The means of navigation is via Computer Vision for simultaneous localization and mapping and a matching robotic body to execute the required movements. The implementation has come a long way from a Lego NXT bot with a 1.2 Ghz wireless camera to a fully fledged autonomous system with an onboard computer that can be used with no external supporting computer input.

The blog of the project ( http://ammar.gr/gddg ) logs all the improvements and changes done on the physical platform and the software is commited to a github repository ( https://github.com/AmmarkoV/RoboVision ) that is always up to date and in sync with the version running onboard

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computer framework gui image linux mapping opencv path planning processing robotics stereo vision

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