The Aerial Informatics and Robotics (AIR) group builds intelligent and autonomous flying agents that are safe and enable applications that can positively influence our society.
Our core technology builds upon cutting edge research in machine intelligence, robotics and human-centered computation in order to enable an entire fleet of flying robots that range from micro-UAVs to commercial jetliners.
Our research brings together the ideas from machine learning and perception and enables Decision making under Uncertainty for various challenges that arise in robotic platforms. This synthesis of algorithms and systems enables aerial vehicles such as quadrotors, soaring gliders, small aircrafts, and commercial airliners. The applications scenarios include monitoring for precision agriculture, pathogen surveillance, weather sensing, enabling digital connectivity etc.
- AirSim accepted at Field and Service Robotics (FSR 2017).
- Three papers accepted at International Conference of Robotics and Automation (ICRA 2017).
- We hosted SafeCPS 2016 Faculty Summit Workshop (opens in new tab) on July 15, 2016.
- At Robotics Science and Systems (RSS) (opens in new tab) 2016 conference we presented two papers: Safe Control under uncertainty and PrSTL (opens in new tab) and Towards Fast Safe Mission Planning (opens in new tab).