Carnegie Mellon Robotics Institute
|Current Projects [Past Projects]|
|Autonomous Driving Motion Planning
The goal of this project is to develop efficient, high-performance motion planning methodologies for highway and urban autonomous driving.
|Autonomous Vehicle Safety Verification
This project investigates safety verification of autonomous driving behaviors.
|Cooperative Robotic Watercraft
This project's vision is to have large numbers of very inexpensive airboats provide situational awareness and deliver critical emergency supplies to flood victims.
|Monitoring of Coastal Ocean Processes
This project is attempting to elucidate the basic principles governing environmental field model synthesis based on the integration of adaptive robot sampling with human decision-making
|Robot Sensor Boat (RSB)
We present a fleet of autonomous Robot Sensor Boats (RSBs) developed for lake and river fresh water quality assessment and controlled by our Multilevel Autonomy Robot Telesupervision Architecture (MARTA).
|Robust Autonomous Freeway Driving Behaviors
The goal of this project is to develop robust autonomous freeway driving behaviors that include: distance keeping handling entrance ramps; high-density traffic lane selection and merging; reasoning about sensor confidence, degradation, and failure; and accommodation of human-in-the-loop interaction.
|The Robotics Institute is part of the School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University.|
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