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Welcome to the Mobile Robotics & Olfaction Lab

Our research focuses on perception systems for mobile robots and our goal is to advance the theoretical and practical foundations that allow mobile robots to operate in an unconstrained, dynamic environment. The approaches that we develop address real-world needs and are typically characterized by fusion of different sensor modalities. Where possible, the results of our research work are timely integrated in industrial demonstrators.

Recent Selected Publications

  • V. Hernandez Bennetts, T. P. Kucner, E. Schaffernicht, P. P. Neumann, H. Fan and A. J. Lilienthal. Probabilistic Air Flow Modelling Using Turbulent and Laminar Characteristics for Ground and Aerial Robots. IEEE Robotics and Automation Letters, 2017BibTeX | DiVA  ]
  • T. P. Kucner, M. Magnusson, E. Schaffernicht, V. M. Hernandez Bennetts and A. Lilienthal. Enabling Flow Awareness for Mobile Robots in Partially Observable Environments. IEEE Robotics and Automation Letters 2017BibTeX | DiVA  ]
  • R. Krug, T. Stoyanov and A. Lilienthal. Grasp Envelopes for Constraint-based Robot Motion Planning and Control. In Robotics: Science and Systems Conference: Workshop on Bridging the Gap between Data-driven and Analytical Physics-based Grasping and Manipulation 2015BibTeX | DiVA  | PDF ]

 

 
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