A review on object detection for autonomous mobile robot

Syamimi Abdul-Khalil, Shuzlina Abdul-Rahman, Sofianita Mutalib, Saidatul Izyanie Kamarudin, Siti Sakira Kamaruddin


The advancement of autonomous mobile robots (AMR) is vastly being discovered and applied to several industries. AMR contributes to the development of artificial intelligence (AI), which focuses on the growth of human-interaction systems. However, it is safe to understand that mobile robots work closely in real-time and under changing surroundings. Similarly, some limitations may affect the efficiency of mobile robots. Thus, to improve the system's efficiency and accuracy, mobile robots should adopt the ability to detect incoming obstacles accurately. This paper presents the findings of a brief technology review aimed at identifying the current state of the art and future needs for AMR in object detection. This review paper is presented in the form of a narrative-literature review. Review articles were collected from 2015 until 2022 from journals or conference papers from well-known sources like IEEE Xplore, Science Direct, Scopus, and Web of Science (WOS). The analysis of the articles was discussed in four main topics, AI, object detection, AMR, and deep learning.


Artificial intelligence; Autonomous mobile robot; Deep learning; Object detection

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DOI: http://doi.org/10.11591/ijai.v12.i3.pp1033-1043


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