Carnegie Mellon Robotics Institute
|Cooperative Attack Munition Real Time Assessment (CAMRA)
We are developing the algorithms required to achieve cohesive, flexible and robust coordination of large teams of autonomous Wide Area Search Munitions (WASMs) that can be controlled by a small number of human operators.
|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.
|Modelling Synergies in Large Human-Machine Networked Systems (MURI 7)
This multi-university cooperation project concentrates on modeling synergies in large Human-Machine networked systems. The goals of this project are to achieve following: develop validated theories and techniques to predict behavior of large-scale, networked human-machine systems involving unmanned vehicles; model human decision making efficiency in such networked systems; and investigate the efficacy of adaptive automation to enhance human-system performance.
|The Robotics Institute is part of the School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University.|
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