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Use of Computer vision for Automation of a Roadheader in Selective Cutting Operation

Abstract : State-of-the art of automation in roadheaders Most of the experimental work for roadheaders automation has been centered in the operations which imply cutting a complete section which has a constant profile, or shows only slight changes, and with an arrangement of the cutting sequence subject basically only to the restrictions arising from the geometrical or geotechnical conditions. Nowadays, the market offers Systems able to control automatically the cutting of a fixed profile, which are applied to build roadways or tunnels.
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J.L. Fuentes-Cantillana, J.C. Catalina, A. Rodriguez, Jean-José Orteu, Didier Dumahu. Use of Computer vision for Automation of a Roadheader in Selective Cutting Operation. International Symposium on Mine Mechanization and Automation, Jun 1991, Golden, United States. pp.15-1 à 15-10. ⟨ineris-00971823⟩

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