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The development and maturation of simultaneous localization and mapping (SLAM) in robotics opens the door to the application of a visual inertial odometry (VIO) to the robot navigation system. For a patrol robot with no available Global Positioning System (GPS) support, the embedded VIO components, which are generally composed of an Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU) and a camera, fuse the inertial recursion with SLAM calculation tasks, and enable the robot to estimate its location within a map.doi:10.3390/s19092004 fatcat:v6exoexjw5bb5enjuci3oao6li