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Introspective Radar Odometry

How do we know when we don’t know? This is an important question to answer in any situation where we need to navigate through our surroundings, and something any autonomous mobile robot needs to know too. We discuss this introspection capability and its importance to our radar-based navigation algorithms [...]

Introspective Radar Odometry2019-07-24T09:20:24+01:00

The Right (Angled) Perspective: Improving the Understanding of Road Scenes Using Boosted Inverse Perspective Mapping

Accurate scene understanding is paramount to the deployment of autonomous vehicles in real-world traffic. They need to perceive and fully understand their environment to accomplish their navigation tasks in a natural and safe manner. To accomplish this, we have recently introduced a hierarchical framework to describe [...]

The Right (Angled) Perspective: Improving the Understanding of Road Scenes Using Boosted Inverse Perspective Mapping2019-06-24T14:22:58+01:00

MRG at CVPR 2019

Members of the MRG are attending the IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR) 2019 in Long Beach, California from Sun, 16 Jun 2019 – Thu, 20 Jun 2019. At Sunday's workshop "Vision for All Seasons: Bad Weather and Nighttime" MRG founder Professor Paul Newman is giving an invited talk “Large Scale, Long [...]

MRG at CVPR 20192019-06-17T13:56:35+01:00