Nasser Halabi -., Mhd Eid Qusaybatie -., Rayed Homsi -., Mhd Aiman Al Akkad -.


Finding a suitable design to scanning rough terrains have always been an aim for designers. Therefore in this paper different methods used for this purpose are shown, and our robotic vehicle Rubian for exploring irregular areas is suggested. The implementation of this design is shown, and the conclusion about the ability of our robot to handle sophisticated tasks is drawn.


robotic vehicle; mobile robot; irregular areas exploration; autonomous robot; obstacles detection and avoidance; robot navigation

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