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Greg Armstrong
Senior Research Technician, RI
Office: NSH 3206
Phone: (412) 268-5561
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Carnegie Mellon University
Robotics Institute
5000 Forbes Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
Affiliated Center(s):
 Field Robotics Center (FRC)

Current Projects [Past Projects]
An improved Xavier
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.
The Grace project is a collaboration among several schools and research labs to design a robot capable of fully performing the AAAI Grand Challenge.
Intelligent Monitoring of Assembly Operations (IMAO)
Our goal is to allow people and intelligent and dexterous machines to work together safely as partners in assembly operations performed within industrial workcells. To ensure the safety of people working amidst active robotic devices, we use vision and 3D sensing technologies, such as stereo cameras and flash LIDAR, to detect and track people and other moving objects within the workcell.
Cooperative Multi-Robot Mapping and Planning
Micro Air Vehicle Scouts for Intelligent Semantic Mapping
The goal of this project is develop the next level of capability for a low-flying, map building MAV scout. The research will demonstrate rapid scouting in cluttered environments and acquire relevant semantically annotated maps.
In collaboration with the Drama Department, we are developing technology for long-term social interaction.
Social Robots
We are developing robots with personality.
We are developing a robot who has personality and with whom it is easy to communicate.
Perceptual, reasoning and learning abilities in autonomous mobile robots