DRS Research

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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.

We heavily use ROS in our research. Check out our GitHub account and our open source projects.

16Oct, 2019

ORCA Hub Demonstrations

In a cold, wet week at the beginning of October, a team from Oxford Robotics Institute headed north to Blyth, near Newcastle, for the ORCA Hub demonstrations. A large warehouse, normally used for testing [...]

26Feb, 2019

Efficient Segment Matching

Learning to See the Wood for the Trees: Deep Laser Localization in Urban and Natural Environments on a CPU Georgi Tinchev, Adrian Penate-Sanchez, Maurice Fallon IEEE Robotics and Automation Letters/IEEE International Conference on Robotics and [...]

27Nov, 2017

Memmo EU Project

The MEMMO (Memory of Motion) Project is an EU H2020 funded project which brings together EU leaders in the field of motion planning and control of dynamic robots. In addition to ORI, partners will include [...]

23May, 2017

Legged Robots at ORI

  ORI is starting a major new research direction into legged robots. Drs. Ioannis Havoutis and Maurice Fallon have recently joined as academic staff with research expertise in control, planning and state estimation on dynamic [...]