Roberto Setola is Associated professor of Automatic Control and the head of the Coserity Lab at UCBM. He has large experience in modelling and simulation of complex systems (he is author of three books on this topics) and for that concern the surveillance of large infrastructures.
Federica Pascucci is Assistant Professor at University of Roma Tre. Her research activities concern sensor networks and mobile robots localization and control. Stefano Panzieri is Associate Professor at University of Roma Tre and the head of the Automatic Laboratory. His research interests are in the field of industrial control systems, robotics and data fusion.
Francesca De Cillis is a PhD student at UCBM. She attended a postgraduate program in “Robotics and Intelligent Systems” at University Federico II of Naples. Her research interests actually include indoor localization via inertial measurement units and RFID technology and rescue robotics.
Federica Inderst is a Ph.D. student in Computer Science and Automation at University of Roma Tre. Her reasearch intererests deal with the field of indoor positioning and tracking of hybrid emergency team composed by robots and rescuers. Marco Tesei is an aeronautical engineer working at UCBM. His research activities include remote control of aerial/ground robotics platforms using ROS framework.
The team involves a wide range of expertise that will act in a synergic fashion to achieve the challenge’s goal. Appropriately balanced in terms of roles and skills, all team’s member has been previously involved in International and National R&D projects. The complementary and multidisciplinary capacities of the group’s components is a guarantee of immediate success in the achievement of all challenge’s purposes.
Roberto Setola has large experience in the management of National and International R&D projects. He was coordinator of three EU cofounded projects and he was involved in more than ten National and International research projects.
Stefano Panzieri gained a lot of expertise over the years in Automation, Control and Robotics. His research interests concern mobile robots navigation in structured and unstructured environments, with a special attention paid primarily on sensor based navigation and data fusion.
Federica Pascucci spent a lot of effort in the field of mobile robotics in relation to mapping and vision based localisation problems. In the last few years, she is involved in the field of indoor and deep indoor localization for both robots and professionals into emergency scenarios. Thanks to the collaboration to several research projects on the topic, she has gained good expertise into the inertial navigation field.
Francesca De Cillis has consolidated experience in the field of feature extraction of depth images integrated into a ROS based communication framework for remote control and navigation of mobile robotics platforms.
Federica Inderst in the last few years have been involved the field of indoor and deep indoor localization and tacking for both robots and professionals. She has recently developed an algorithm for inertial navigation of users in emergency scenario.
Marco Tesei, as aeronautical engineer, has matured experience in UAV and Airship field.
The team results have been largely proved by seven books on the topic and more than 320 peer-reviewed papers.