Cooperative cloud based simultaneous localization and mapping in dynamic environments (cloudSLAM)


Welcome to the webpage of cloudSLAM project.


cloudSLAM aims to develop algorithms for cooperatively solving the SLAM problem in highly dynamic environments.

Prof. Ivan Petrović gave a talk as part of a research seminar organized by the Centre for Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence (CPAMI) at the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Waterloo, Canada, on April 27, 2016. The talk was entitled “Autonomous Navigation in Unknown and Dynamic Large-Scale Environments.” The presentation was held in front of an audience including several professors and plenty of graduate and doctoral students, as well as several industry representatives.

Within this 45 min long presentation, Prof. Petrović gave a brief overview of recent research activities and achievements of LAMOR Lab in the area of autonomous navigation of ground and aerial robots. The emphasis was given on recently developed algorithms for real-time motion planning and control, localization and mapping, and moving objects detection and tracking. For all algorithms experimental results that have been obtained in real-world environments and were presented alongside. The talk was concluded with brief presentation of on-going research projects in the Lab and outline of some open issues and potential directions for future research.

Author: Josip Ćesić
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