Vision for robotics Lab
At the Vision for Robotics Lab (V4RL), led by Prof. Dr. Margarita Chli, we research & develop vision-based perception capabilities for robots drawing inspiration from disciplines, such as Computer Vision, Machine Learning and Neuroscience. As some of the most agile and challenging platforms, we have a focus on small Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs).The Lab About
Vision for Robotics Lab (V4RL)
The Vision for Robotics Laboratory focuses on robotic vision-based perception. The group works with small Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) in particular, as they are some of the most challenging robotic platforms, however, our research can be applied on any robot in need of perceiving its motion and/or workspace.
The V4RL team has achieved some world-firsts in robotic perception, such as the first vision-based autonomous flight of a small helicopter, and the demonstration of collaborative robotic perception for a small swarm of drones. For many of these works, there is open-source software and datasets that you can try out. The full list of publications can be accessed here, and all V4RL videos here.