Mobile Autonomy: A Pervasive Technology
The Oxford Robotics Institute – Autonomous Systems researches all aspects of land based mobile autonomy. We invent the technologies that allow machines to ask and answer “Where am I?”, “What surrounds me?” and “What should I do next?” These three key questions underpin all that we do. They force us to confront fundamental questions in navigation, perception, machine learning and systems design. We are proud of the way we validate our thinking and challenge ourselves by deploying and running large robotics systems.
Congratulations to Neil and Julie (ORI) and their colleague Tom Rawlinson (medical doctor, Jenner Institute) who won Pembroke College’s Innovation Prize for their project on rehabilitation for post-neurological injury. Rehabilitation, and particularly physiotherapy, holds a central [...]
Oxford is a world leading centre for AI research, and over the past few years, we’ve witnessed a sharp increase in interest our AI research from industry, commerce, and government alike. On 27 March 2018, [...]