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Being part of the Production and Management Engineering Department, the Laboratory of Robotics and Automation performs and promotes research in application problems that rise in the area of robotics for industrial and service applications, as well as industrial automation. Looking ahead towards the ongoing 4th industrial revolution the laboratory members utilize state of the art tools to expand the scientific and technological front in their research areas of expertise, which include robotics, artificial vision, intelligent systems and pattern recognition, and seeks ways to integrate them seamlessly with other Industry 4.0 technologies that include internet of things, cybersecurity, cloud computing, big data analytics, simulation, additive manufacturing and augmented reality.

Cyber-physical production systems development

The laboratory is also focused on the development of Industry 4.0 solutions. Its high-educated members use various technologies related to ...
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Semantic Mapping

The main purpose is the creation of an integrated system where it will create integrated semantic maps that will be ...
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Phos Dataset

Phos is a color image database of 15 scenes captured under different illumination conditions. More particularly, every scene of the ...
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MAGGIE Dataset

MAGGIE (Mobile Autonomous riGGed Indoors Explorator)Robot is a custom made robot suitable for indoor exploration. It has been constructed to ...
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Cognitive Vision

Cognitive science is the interdisciplinary study of mind and intelligence, embracing philosophy, psychology, artificial intelligence, neuroscience, linguistics, and anthropology. Attempts ...
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Visual SLAM

The simultaneous localization and mapping (SLAM) problem is that of estimating the robot’s position and progressively building a map of ...
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Visual Odometry

Self-localization is a challenging issue for autonomous robots moving in unknown environments and possessing no prior knowledge of the scene ...
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