If you are interested in doing a custom student research project, please email the project supervisor of your choice directly. February 28, RPG featured in the Weltwoche magazine Weltwoche, a Swiss weekly magazine, talks about drones in the daily life. For more details, see the ICRA’15 paper and the accompanying video. Welcome to Henri Rebecq as a new PhD student in our lab! We believe that event cameras will allow future robots to move faster and more agilely.
Titus Cieslewski, a PhD student in our lab, has received a prize from Homegate during the HackZurich hackathon, for the project Wonsch. Custom Projects From time to time, project supervisors will develop custom student research projects to fit with a student’s particular interests or skills. Read the paper for further details. Our research on autonomous drone racing was featured on NewScientist. More details in our SSRR’14 paper.
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Welcome to Davide Falanga as a new PhD student in our lab! For more details, see the ICRA’15 paper and the accompanying video. Other portraits by or andreea robots and roboticists.
The lifetime of an event is the time that it takes for the moving brightness gradient causing the event to travel a distance of 1 pixel. This is the first ever autonomous flight with an event camera, which demonstrates agile maneuvers and flying in low-light environments.
Then he ended up programming robotic cars. Our work on the foldable drone, the first quadrotor able to change morphology in flight to adapt its shape and size to different tasks, won the Drone Hero Award Contest for the category Innovative Drone.
San Francisco, CA, September We also provide an interface to the RotorS Gazebo plugins to use our algorithms in simulation. November 1, Four new members We welcome Dr.
Here is a documentary piece ansrea Red Hat, “The road to AI”, that happens to talk about two of the things that keep me busy: Please use our form to send your comment to us: Exploiting motion priors in visual odometry for vehicle-mounted cameras with non-holonomic constraints. For more details, check our research page.
We hope the list will help newcomers to the field to get started with this technology by directing them to the appropriate references. Check out the video here. June 1, New Postdoc We welcome Dr. Have a look at the gallery!
The goal of bootstrapping is creating agents that are able to learn “everything” from scratch, including a torque-to-pixels models for its robotic body. Details are in our ISER’16 paper. July 14, Binaries for SVO 2. RPG is very proud of them!
Bootstrapping Vehicles: A Formal Approach to Unsupervised Sensorimotor Learning Based on Invariance
This paper shows that, for the case of localization with range-finders, Fisher’s matrix is a function of the expected readings and of the orientation of the environment’s anfrea at the sensed points.
Our paper about safe quadrotor navigation computing forward reachable sets was accepted for publication in the Robotics and Automation Letters RA-L The 2 km dataset consists of time synchronized aerial high-resolution images, GPS and IMU sensor data, ground-level street view images, and ground truth data.
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June 13, Paper accepted in RA-L ! Davide Scaramuzza talks about autonomous, agile, vision-controlled drones and event cameras at the GeorgiaTech robotics seminar series: We combined deep networks, local VIO, Kalman filtering, and optimal control. An ICP variant using a point-to-line metric.
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Welcome to Alessandro Simovic as a new drone engineer in our lab! Our recent work on decentralized visual place recognition using a distributed inverted index was accepted to RA-L! This is the first instance of a bootstrapping agent that can learn the dynamics of a relatively large universe of systems, and use the models to solve well-defined tasks, with no parameter tuning or hand-designed features.