Oxford Robotics Institute

Oxford Robotics Institute

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. These “flagship” projects, drawn from many application domains are central to our mission – we solve real world robotics problems. In 2014 a spin-out company called Oxbotica was launched to drive commercialisation and cross domain impact  of our work.

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Liz Murphy

MRG Publications [bibtex author=Murphy|Liz group=year group_order=desc file=http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~mobile/Papers/MRGBib.bib]

Manjari Chandran-Ramesh

MRG Publications [bibtex author=Chandran-Ramesh|Chandran group=year group_order=desc file=http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~mobile/Papers/MRGBib.bib]

Kim Leong Ho

MRG Publications [bibtex author=Leong Ho|Kim group=year group_order=desc file=http://www.robots.ox.ac.uk/~mobile/Papers/MRGBib.bib]

Automated (self-driving)Vehicles are expected to bring major benefits for society in the future – including fewer road accidents, less congestion, a reduced reliance on individually-owned cars and increased mobility for people who cannot currently drive.