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ISPRS 2001 High Precision Landing Site Mapping and Rover Localization by Integrated Bundle Adjustment of Ground-Based Image Data
High precision topographic information from all available data is critical to many landing site geological and engineering applications. Meanwhile, precise navigation and localization of the rover is important for its safety, engineering and scientific objectives when it traverses the Martian surface. In order to support future long-range rover missions (for example, 1km traverse in the planned 2003 MER mission), high precision landing site mapping and rover localization are desirable.
- Ron Li, Kaichang Di, Fengliang Xu, Larry H. Matthies, Clark F. Olson
- Added to Astropedia
- 15 May 2012
- 9 July 2013
- Geospatial Data Presentation Form