MRG Research2019-05-14T12:26:20+01:00

Research @ MRG

The research we do at MRG focuses on answering the questions: “where am I?”, “what surrounds me?” and “what do I do next?”

Here’s a closer look at some of the exciting work going on in MRG…

24Jul, 2019

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 [...]

10Apr, 2019

Fast Radar Motion Estimation

Fast Radar Motion Estimation This blog post provides an overview of our paper “Fast Radar Motion Estimation with a Learnt Focus of Attention using Weak Supervision” by Roberto Aldera, [...]

17Aug, 2018

Road Boundary Detection

This blog post provides an overview of our paper “Inferring Road Boundaries Through and Despite Traffic” by Tarlan Suleymanov, Paul Amayo and Paul Newman, which has been accepted for [...]

1Aug, 2018

Radar for mobile autonomy

Classic sensor systems for mobile robotic platforms depend primarily on vision and lidar sensors, incorporating the GPS and IMU for additional robustness. Although radar has been well studied for target detection over the [...]

15Jun, 2018

Geometric Multi-Model Extraction For Robotics

The extraction of geometric models has long been of interest to the robotics community. Many interesting applications such as homography,plane estimation and ego-motion estimation demand the ability to fit geometric models onto noisy [...]

19Feb, 2017

Dense Reconstruction Dataset   In practice, we found dense reconstructions are the most complete and highest quality (with our mobile robotics platform) when fusing data from multiple Velodyne, SICK LMS- 151, and stereo cameras using [...]