Application of the FraDIA Vision Framework for Robotic Purposes
With computer vision playing more and more important role in robotics, it became clear that a new approach, standardizing the method of vision subsystems development and testing, is required. This paper presents FraDIA, a vision framework, that can work as a stand–alone application, as well as a vision subsystem of the MRROC++ based robotic controllers. The framework description emphasizes its architecture and methods of vision tasks implementation. The diversity of presented robotic tasks utilizing the framework prove its usability.
KeywordsGraphic Processing Unit Vision Task Service Robot Visual Servoing Robotic Task
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