The Multi-Robot Systems (MRS) group from FEE CTU Department, had the honor of representing the Czech Technical University and the Czech Republic at EXPO2020 held in Dubai, UAE from October 23rd to November 16th. The MRS Group exhibition in the Czech Pavilion will be displaying multiple autonomous aerial vehicles related to the projects that the […]
Expodrónica 2021 will have several international personalities in aerial robotics, Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) and Urban Air Mobility (UAM) as speakers. Anibal Ollero, Director of the GRVC Robotics Lab, coordinator of the H2020 AERIAL-CORE project and principal investigator of the GRIFFIN Advanced Grant of the European Research Council, and Antidio Viguria, coordinator of the Spanish Cervera Network IMOV3 and of […]
Prof. Aníbal Ollero, director of the GRVC Robotics Laboratory at the University of Seville and Scientific advisor of CATEC will participate as speaker at event BNEW 2021-Barcelona (2º Barcelona New Economy Week), in the session entitled “BFUTURIST. Urban Air Mobility: the Future Revolution – Robotics at the Service of Citizens” on Thursday 07 October, 12:00h at Casa Seat. Prof. Ollero will […]
Prof. Aníbal Ollero, the AERIAL-CORE Project Coordinator, Director of the GRVC Robotics Laboratory at the University of Seville and Scientific advisor of the CATEC Aerospace Technology Center, will participate in The 1st AIRPHARO Workshop on Aerial Robotic Systems Physically Interacting with the Environment (AIRPHARO 2021) at Ilirija resort, in Biograd na Moru, Croatia, delivering the […]
The journalist José Antonio González Martínez interviewed Anibal Ollero, AERIAL-CORE coordinator, about the application of Artificial Intelligence to the drones, as considered in the AERIAL-CORE H2020 project. The interview has been published by several Spanish Newspapers. In AERIAL-CORE Artificial Intelligence is applied not only to pilot the drones but also to increase their efficiency, by […]
Last week, EPFL members visited South Denmark University to run characterization experiments on a jointly developed energy harvester for fixed wing UAVs. While there, William Stewart from EPFL gave a talk about UAV grasping.