We present datasets of 2.5D elevation maps of planetary environment that were collected on Mt. Etna during the space-analogous ARCHES mission. In addition to the raw elevation maps, we provide cost maps that encode the traversibility of the terrain.
These datasets are meant to be used for bench-marking of path-planning algorithms in an unstructured planetary-analogue environment for mobile robots.
The data can be accessed under:
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Vayugundla, Mallikarjuna and Kuhne, Moritz and Wedler, Armin and Triebel, Rudolph, Datasets and Benchmarking of a path planning pipeline for planetary rovers, 2022 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS) Workshop: Evaluating Motion Planning Performance, 23-27 Oct 2022, Kyoto, Japan. [elib]