Perceiving, Planning, Moving: how robots understand the world
Date & Time
Friday 11 Jun 2021 15:00 - Friday 11 Jun 2021 16:30
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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