Researchers from the MAchine Perception and Intelligent Robotics (MAPIR) group of the System Engineering and Automation Dpt. of the University of Málaga have implemented a web-based graphical interface to control remote robots that guarantees the continuity and reability of such control when some of the components of the system, like the network communications or the application software, produce non-deterministic time delays in the transmission of sensory data from the robot to the human operator. This interface has been developed in the context of the research project Remote Optimal, Adaptative Control of Mobile Robots
The International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA) is the IEEE Robotics and Automation Society’s biggest conference and one of the leading international forums for robotics researchers to present their work. In the 2016 conference held in Stockhold, Sweden, the MAPIR group was represented by Mariano Jaimez and Ruben Gómez who presented their works:
The European project called “Enabling SoCial Interaction Through Embodiment” (ExCITE) officially starts on 1st July 2010. More information about the project here
Eduardo Fernandez presented his PhD. entitled “Contributions to metric-topological localization and mapping in mobile robotics”, supervised by Javier Gonzalez-Jimenez and Vicente Arevalo on October, 27th 2014
The international conference on information processing and management of uncertainty in knowledge-based system (IPMU) is a conference which always gathers some of the most important researchers in fuzzy-related areas to discuss the current state-of-the-art and possible future developments. It has been organized every two years since 1986, aimed at bringing together scientists working on methods…
The PhD. student José Luis Blanco will present his PhD. Thesis the 13th November, entitled “Contributions to Localization, Mapping and Navigation in Mobile Robotics”. The defense will took place at the “Sala de Grados A” at “ETSI Informática”, and will start at 11:00am.
Once again, the MAPIR group has contributed to the summer school held at the University of Malaga during July 2016 (official page in Spanish). The courses were intended to teach the basics of robotics to the most qualified high school students from all around Spain. After an intense week of lectures, practices, and two final projects in…