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Alan D. Guisewite
Operations Assistant, RI
Office: NSH 4000B
Phone: (412) 268-2522
Fax: 412-268-6436
  Mailing address:
Carnegie Mellon University
Robotics Institute
5000 Forbes Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
Affiliated Center(s):
 Medical Robotics Technology Center (MRTC)
 Center for Integrated Manfacturing Decision Systems (CIMDS)
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Past Projects [Current Projects]
Non-contact 3-D surgical instrument tracking for device testing and surgeon assessment.
Autonomous NonDestructive Inspector (ANDI)
Eddy current inspection of aircraft, precursor to CIMP
Barrier-Based Stereoscopic Image Display System (BBSID)
variations on time-multiplexed parallax panoramagrams
To develop electric vehicles (EVs) that are as efficient and cost-effective as possible, we have taken a systems-level approach to design, prototyping, and analysis to produce formally-modeled active vehicle energy management.
Computer-Assisted Seating System (CASS)
investigate the relationship between seating surface shape and soft tissue distortion using direct measurements
Crown Inspection Mobile Platform (CIMP)
Remote enhanced stereo visual inspection of aircraft
Headlamp Light Distribution Mapping
headlamp light distribution project for General Motors
Intelligent Frame Buffer (IFB)
A ring of networked computers, each of which has the ability to write to the same screen in real time.
Micron: Intelligent Microsurgical Instruments
Suppression of hand tremor to improve precision in microsurgery.
Telesupervised Adaptive Ocean Sensor Fleet (TAOSF)
We are developing a HAB Investigation Telesupervised Adaptive Sensor System (HABITASS) to address the limitations of existing systems.
Three Camera Video & Synthesis (TRIOPS)
create high-definition stereoscopic images from one high-resolution color camera and two low-resolution monochrome cameras
Vehicle Sound Pattern Recognition (SPR)
Vehicular and "tap test" sound recognition
Wide Area Prospecting Using Supervised Autonomous Robots
We are developing teams of telesupervised autonomous prospecting robots for the planned NASA Lunar and Martian colonies.