Oxford Robotics Institute

Oxford Robotics Institute

Mobile Autonomy: A Pervasive Technology

The Oxford Robotics Institute 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 dynamic robotics.  We are proud of the way we validate our thinking and challenge ourselves by deploying and running large robotics systems.

Latest News

CDT Week 2017

        Ten of Oxford’s AIMS (Autonomous Intelligent Machines and Systems) CDT students joined us for our annual robotics challenge.  Divided into three teams, the [...]

ORI wins best student paper award at IROS

Congratulations to Markus Wulfmeier, Dominic Wang and Ingmar Posner on winning the best student paper award for their work on Deep IRL: Watch This: Scalable Cost-Function Learning [...]

ORI is recruiting

We are looking for academics and researchers to join us - more details here.