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Perceiving, Planning, Moving: how robots understand the world



Date & Time

Friday 11 Jun 2021 15:00 - Friday 11 Jun 2021 16:30


Open to all

About this Event

The Oxford Robotics Institute (ORI) have been on the cutting edge of robotics research (formerly as the Mobile Robotics Group) since 2004.

Their work covers a broad spectrum of robotics research, from self driving cars and legged robots to manipulation and industrial automation.

Four ORI academics will talk briefly on some of their research highlights, before a demo and a Q&A on what the future of robotics looks like.

Autonomous Service Robots - Nick Hawes

Soft Robotics, and 3D printing Artificial Skin - Perla Maiolino

Self-Driving Cars and Explainable Autonomy - Lars Kunze

Walking Robots - Ioannis Havoutis

This event is part of the UK-RAS Network Robotics Summer Showcase (#RobotShowcase), a 3-month programme of events for members of the RAS community working in academic, industry, and policy.

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