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Autonomous robotics and precision farming
Autonomous robotics and precision farming

Autonomous robotics and precision farming

The project will illustrate, both an educational and research level, modern technologies for driverless robots, moving in a city-like environment.
The framework recall the duckietown idea, developed at MIT and now widespread over the world. Simple mobile robots move along roads, using as a sensor a simple monocular camera.
The project will also illustrate the application of robotics and computer vision to precision farming, with specific attention to fruit detection and yield forecasting.

Italy


Autonomous robotics and precision farming

ISARLAb

The Intelligent Systems, Automation and Robotics Laboratory (ISARLab) carries out research activities on robotics and autonomous systems, control and automation systems, machine learning, engineering for medicine and biology, and systems biology. The group is also involved in a number of technology transfer projects covering the above areas.
The lab is coordinated by prof. Paolo Valigi.


Stand - Engineering Department - University of Perugia

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