Research @ DRS
The research we do spans legged locomotion, perception, navigation and manipulation. Here’s a closer look at some of the work going on in the group.
Last week a group from ORI attended the Towards Autonomous Robotic Systems (TAROS) 2019 Conference. The conference this year was held at the newly build Mile End campus of the Queen Mary University of London. [...]
Benoit Casseau, Marco Camurri and David Wisth visited Zurich for a meeting of the European project THING (subTerranean Haptic INvestiGator). In a nutshell this project aims to develop new feet for the ANYmal [...]
In this work we introduce Natural Segmentation and Matching (NSM), an algorithm for reliable localization, using laser, in both urban and natural environments. Current state-of-the-art global approaches do not generalize well to structure-poor vegetated areas [...]
Let’s imagine a scenario where a robot, either walking on two or four legs or moving on wheels, is required to explore a cluttered environment containing corridors, constrictions, uneven terrains or staircases. The robot would [...]
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