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Mobile Robotics Group

The original group in what is now the ORI, the Mobile Robotics Group is about building robots and systems which answer “where am I and what surrounds me?” On real vehicles in real-hard places.

It has a proud systems heritage, taking on ambitious field deployments which shine a light on what doesn’t work and has to be fixed by smart application of machine learning, AI and robotics expertise.

MRG has been running since 2005. Its focus is and has always been on hard problems in mobile robotics. In its early days it worked on large scale SLAM and derivative problems. In the 2010’s it worked on large scale localisation techniques using vision and laser. It built and ran large scale autonomous systems and in 2014 it ran the UK’s first Autonomous Vehicle on public roads. That vehicle is now with the National Science Museum and the group’s attention has moved onto the next set of hard problems.

RT @mtt_gdd: v pleased with our accepted #icra2021 paper "we train a network to simultaneously perform segmentation and pixel-wise Out-of-D…

RT @mtt_gdd: @MRG_Oxford & @CognitiveRobots in London today - visiting @RoyalAlbertHall - shifting focus to dense urban driving around othe…

proud of @oxfordrobots doctoral students @vnmusat and @GPramatarov for doing their robotics thing at #RVSS2021. Congrats to the #Perceptrons team for finishing top of the league table! https://t.co/ST3sjlyNQ6

RT @mtt_gdd: @MRG_Oxford and @CognitiveRobots doing data collection trials in the dark and in the mud with our @jaguarlandrover #RobotCar f…

RT @oxfordrobots: There are two weeks left to apply for our Lead Software and Systems post. The perfect opportunity for anyone with the des…

** Job ** Lead Robotics/Systems/Software Engineer ** Each research group at @oxfordrobots is super strong on developing & fielding autonomous systems - and this role is crucial to making that happen. https://t.co/KiGAsIhLud

The Mobile Robotics Group has a new website! Take a look at our recent science, projects, code, etc at https://t.co/4wXHvaG3l3

RT @mtt_gdd: can't describe how pumped I am to be a part of this visionary robotics adventure! stay tuned for some rad navigation and agri…