Laboratory of Robotics and Automation Control Systems
Head of the laboratory
The laboratory is engaged in the research and development of integrated robotic systems, both ground-based and airborne.
The main tasks and directions include:
– Creation of simulation models for the subsequent development of prototypes;
– Solving problems of controlling robotic means in uncertain conditions and variable terrain;
– Solving the problems of coordinating several robotic means to perform a single task;
– The use of pattern recognition algorithms to solve the problems of the interaction of robots with people and surrounding objects, as well as for movement on the terrain;
– Development of algorithms and software for controlling robotic systems;
– Study and application of artificial intelligence algorithms and frameworks for solving pattern recognition and trajectory planning tasks.
Currently, the laboratory is conducting research on the creation of interactive robots, including a pattern recognition system and facial expressions, a system for interacting with people through audio, and a system for generating facial expressions on a three-dimensional simulation model.