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Sanjiv Singh
Research Professor, RI
Email:
Office: NSH 2111
Phone: (412) 268-6577
  Mailing address:
Carnegie Mellon University
Robotics Institute
5000 Forbes Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
Administrative Assistant: Sanae Urano Minick
Affiliated Center(s):
 Space Robotics Initiative (SRI)
 Quality of Life Technology Center (QoLT)
 National Robotics Engineering Center (NREC)
 Field Robotics Center (FRC)
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Past Projects [Current Projects]
 
Abacus: Automated Tree Measurement
We are developing low cost methods of nursery tree inventory automation.
As-Built Survey Project (ABS)
We are investigating the real-time monitoring of construction sites.
Automated Turf Management
This project deals with automated management and mowing of large areas of turf, such as golf courses, sports fields, and parks
Autonomous Loading System (ALS)
Developing technologies to improve the productivity and reduce the cost of mass excavation.
Autonomous Mobile Assembly (ACE)
The ACE project is concerned with autonomous mobile assembly.
Comprehensive Automation for Specialty Crops (CASC)
CASC is a multi-institutional initiative led by Carnegie Mellon Robotics Institute to comprehensively address the needs of specialty agriculture focusing on apples and horticultural stock.
DEPTHX: Deep Phreatic Thermal Explorer (DEPTHX)
The DEPTHX: Deep Phreatic Thermal Explorer project is developing an autonomy for underwater explorers to enable them to map their environment and plan and execute science investigations. The DEPTHX vehicle will explore the flooded caverns of the Zacaton Cenote in Mexico in 2006.
Distributed Robot Architectures (DIRA)
The primary objective of this project is to develop fundamental capabilities that enable multiple, distributed, heterogeneous robots to coordinate tasks that cannot be accomplished by the robots individually.
EnviroBlimp
This project is investigating the use of a solar powered, autonomous airship for extended duration environmental sampling missions.
Mars Autonomy
Long-distance marsrover navigation with minimal human intervention.
Tartan Racing
Carnegie Mellon University is teaming with General Motors to compete in the 2007 DARPA Urban Challenge.
Transitional Unmanned Ground Vehicle (TUGV)
Cross Country Navigation
Unmanned Ground Vehicle for Security (Terrascout)
We are developing autonomous ATVs to secure borders and facility perimeters.
Urban Challenge
VISTA
On the Vista project we are developing devices that image upto a full 360 degrees in azimuth. The imagery we are getting is ideal for estimation of egomotion (localization) as well as for extracting shape from a sequence of images.
Xavier
Perceptual, reasoning and learning abilities in autonomous mobile robots