SLAM (simultaneous localization and mapping) means synchronous localization and mapping, which means that in an unknown environment, the robot carries on its own internal sensors (encoders, IMUs, etc.) and external sensors (laser sensors or vision sensors). Positioning, and on the basis of positioning, use the environmental information obtained by external sensors to incrementally construct an environmental map.
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Laser SLAM is currently the most stable and mainstream positioning and navigation method. Mainly used in robots, drones, unmanned driving, AR, VR and other fields. Its uses include the positioning of the sensor itself, as well as subsequent path planning, motion performance, and scene understanding