The objective of the project will be to build tools to monitor, document and quantify the evolution of small rivers after large strutural work (dam removal, re-creation of meanders).
The goal of this project is to monitor the shore of the Lake Symphonie in Metz, France with high-frequency over a significant time scale, using our Kingfisher platform. From this dataset, it will be possible to build an history of geo-referenced change.
Developing a complete robotic system often requires combining multiple behaviours into a complex decision grid, with elements running in sequence or in parallel, eventually interrupting each others. The Task Manager offers a framework to simplify the implementation of complex missions.
This project aims at studying the effect of antibiotics on the diffusion of antibio-resistance genes. This is achieved by analyzing bio-luminescence images captured by an highly sensitive CCD camera.
[Completed in 2020] Developing aerial robotic in the Greater Region is the focus of the GRoNe project (http://interreg-grone.eu). As part of this initiative we intend to improve autonomous drone navigation by combining machine learning and model predictive control.
[Completed in 2020] Visual navigation in a natural environment raises considerable challenges when relying on vision due to the poor distinctivity of features. This page relates our work on visual slam for these specific environments.
[Completed in 2019] This project is a collaboration with AgroParisTech, using segmentation of overhead imagery with deep learning to classify land use at a very fine-grained scale.
[Completed in 2018] Flourish is a European Project coordinated by the Autonomous Systems Lab at ETH Zürich (Switzerland) with a focus on aerial and ground robotics for precision farming.
[Completed] EBSD Images are images where every pixel can be seen as a quaternion representing the orientation of a crystal mesh. Our contributions has been focused on the extraction of the micro-structures and in particular grains and twins for Zirconium and Magnesium.
[Completed] Electron-Beam microscopes are used to image very small objects, of the order of 100s of nanometers. This page reports on some experiment on the automated analysis of images of grown semi-conductors.
[Completed in 2015] Noptilus is a European Project coordinated by the Centre for Research and Technology – Hellas (CERTH). Our task was focused on the developement of sensori-motor behaviors for underwater robots.
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