UNIZG-FER

Organisation: University of Zagreb, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing (UNIZG-FER)

Website: https://sites.google.com/site/eurocunizgfer/home

Address: Unska 3, 10 000 Zagreb, Croatia

Contact: Ivana Palunko (Tel: +385-1-6129-666, ivana.palunko(at)fer.hr)

Other Staff:

  • Marija Đakulović (UNIZG-FER)
  • Andrej Kitanov (UNIZG-FER)
  • Igor Cvišić (UNIZG-FER)
  • Kruno Lenac (UNIZG-FER)
  • Matko Orsag (UNIZG-FER)
  • Tomislav Haus (UNIZG-FER)
  • Ivan Petrović (UNIZG-FER)
  • Stjepan Bogdan (UNIZG-FER)

 

Team Profile:

The UNIZG-FER team brings together people from two research groups: Autonomous Mobile Robotics (AMOR) and Laboratory for Robotics and Intelligent Control Systems (LARICS), both from the Department of Control and Computer Engineering.

Autonomous Mobile Robotics (AMOR) group (http://act.rasip.fer.hr/groups_amor.php): AMOR group major activities include: Simultaneous Localization and Mapping (SLAM), Detection and Tracking of Moving Objects (DATMO) and Motion Planning and Control (MPAC).

Laboratory for Robotics and Intelligent Control Systems (LARICS) (http://larics.rasip.fer.hr):LARICS main research interests are, but are not limited to, advanced control systems design, intelligent control systems, multi-agent systems and formation control in mobile robotics (ground and aerial), trust based consensus control, unmanned aerial vehicles design and control, aerial manipulation and robust control.

The team is composed of:

  • Two professors
  • Three Postdocs
  • Four PhD students

Our motivation for EUROC Challenge participation is to improve and test our algorithms for path planning, SLAM, sensor fusion and controller robustness.

Our skills:

  • Mobile robotics, path planning, coverage planning, obstacle avoidance and environment exploration.

  • Estimation and control of the mobile robots in unstructured environments, especially vision-based simultaneous localization and mapping (SLAM)

  • Fault tolerant UAV, sensor stabilization system, autonomous navigation using vision and IMU only, with emphasis on scale estimation from monocular camera

  • Modelling and control of unmanned aerial vehicles, adaptive and optimal control, reinforcement learning, robustness.

  • Flight stability of aerial redundant manipulators, and human robot interfaces crucial for the successful completion of aerial manipulation missions.

Our team members bring together the experience from both industry and research projects, covering the skills required to cope with the challenge (sensing, motion planning, task planning, grasp planning, programming, communication).

Our recent publications:

Cupec, R., Nyarko, K., Filko, D., Petrović, I., Kitanov, A., "Place Recognition Based on Matching of Planar Surfaces and Line Segments", International Journal of Robotic Research (accepted)

Đakulović, M.,Sprunk, C.,Spinello, L.,Petrović, I.,Burgard, W.,"Efficient Navigation for Anyshape Holonomic Mobile Robots in Dynamic Environments", IROS 2013, Tokyo, Japan, 2013.

Haus T., Orsag M., Bogdan S., "Visual Target Localization with the Spincopter", Journal of Intelligent & Robotic Systems, vol. 74, pp. 45-57, April 2014

Orsag, M., Korpela, C., Bogdan, S., Oh, P., "Hybrid adaptive control for aerial manipulation", Journal of Intelligent & Robotic Systems 73 (1-4), 693-707, 2014



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