Carnegie Mellon Robotics Institute
|Past Projects [Current Projects]|
|Camera Assisted Meeting Event Observer (CAMEO)
We are developing the Camera Assisted Meeting Event Observer (CAMEO) - a sensory system designed to provide an electronic agent with physical awareness of the real world.
|LNG Pipe Vision (LPV)
A pipe-crawling robot visually inspects pipes in liquid natural gas (LNG) plants for corrosion.
|Mobile Autonomous Robot Software (MARS)
Develop complete, effective and scalable software for autonomous robot teams. Demonstrate robot teams with integrated action, perception, reasoning, communication and cooperative strategies that solve complex multiagent tasks.
|Multi-cultural Human-Robot Interaction
We are exploring human robot interaction in a mixed cultural setting. To do this exploration we have developed a robot Hala that runs in the Carnegie Mellon Qatar central reception and speaks both English and Arabic. Sponsored by QNRF.
|Robotic Soccer (RoboSoccer)
The RoboSoccer project develops collaboration among multiple autonomous agents.
|Treasure Hunt: Pickup Teams
We are developing a single heterogeneous human-robot team capable of effectively locating objects of interest (treasure) spread over a complex, previously unknown environment.
We are exploring a mix of physics-based and data driven high fidelity sensor modeling techniques. The goal is to develop a system that can provide much more realistic UGV simulation than current techniques. Such simulation will play a crucial role in speeding up the development cycle, and in validating platforms. Sponsored by the US ACE ERDC.
|The Robotics Institute is part of the School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University.|
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