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Head: Martial Hebert
Mailing address:
Carnegie Mellon University
Robotics Institute
5000 Forbes Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15213

NSH B520
(412) 268 8696
Associated center(s) / consortia:
 Vision and Autonomous Systems Center (VASC)
This page last updated - April 2012.
Past Projects [Current Projects]
3D Vision for Autonomous Navigation
We are developing object representations built from range images that can be used in landmark recognition and object matching
A Reactive System for Off-Road Autonomous Driving
We have developed an integrated obstacle avoidance system for on-road driving for avoiding discrete obstacles, or for off-road driving for avoiding untraversable regions of terrain.
The ALVINN-on-a-chip project is developing an intelligent VLSI imaging sensor for road following
AUtomotive Run-Off-Road Avoidance system
To help avoid highway accidents, we have developed a vision-based lateral position estimation system called AURORA.
Active Sensor Control for Neural Net Lane Tracking
Panacea enables existing, fixed-camera lane-trackers such as ALVINN, to use steerable cameras without retraining.
Autonomous Land Vehicle In a Neural Network
Neural network navigation
Cyberinfrastructure for Human-Robot Interaction Research
We seek to provide the field of Human-Robot Interaction (HRI) with collaborative mechanisms and methods for evaluation and exploratory analysis.
Distributed Architecture for Mobile Navigation
The Distributed Architecture for Mobile Navigation (DAMN) is a behavior-based architecture similar in spirit to the Subsumption Architecture.
Grid based Approach for Navigation by Evidence Storage and Histogram Analysis
Grid based navigation
Massively Parallel Road Following
Autonomous roadway navigation using video images
No Hands Across America!
Vehicle drives across the United States
We are developing a software control system for cross country autonomous vehicles called RANGER, for Real-time Autonomous Navigator with a Geometric Engine.
Rapidly Adapting Lateral Position Handler
adaptive steering
Real-time Autonomous Car Chaser Operating Optimally at Night
RACCOON is a taillight-tracker that can drive an intelligent vehicle at night, when the road is not visible, by following other cars.
Side Collision Warning System for Transit Buses
To develop a warning system which helps a driver of a transit bus to avoid side collisions with pedestrians, other vehicles, or stationary objects.
Simulated Highways for Intelligent Vehicle Algorithms
SHIVA is a microsimulation of a highway environment, designed specifically for testing intelligent vehicle tactical algorithms.
Simultaneous Localization and Mapping with Detection, Tracking, and Classification of Moving Objects
We are developing the algorithms to solve Simultaneous Localization and Mapping (SLAM) and Detection, Tracking and Classification of Moving Objects (DTCMO) problems for both indoor and outdoor applications.
Situational Awareness Planner Implementing Effective Navigation in Traffic
SAPIENT is a distributed approach to tactical decision making for intelligent vehicles.
Supervised TeleRobotics using Incremental Polyhedral-Earth geometry
Teleoperating vehicles over low bandwidth links.
Space Shuttle Tile Inspector
Transit Bus Collision Warning Systems
Research and integration of side and front collision warning systems for transit buses.