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Safe Perception And Navigation for Autonomous Robots

Project description

Giving robots the ability to see the world as we do

Automated guided vehicles are the original mobile robot technologies. Advancing machine vision and navigation are paving the way for autonomous mobile robots, which are currently not able to operate in changing environments. These advances give robots the capabilities to see as humans do, and to adapt to different environments. This will allow robots to be used in a tremendous amount of new use cases. The EU-funded SPANAR project will fuse machine vision along with other sensor technologies. SPANAR increases the utilisation potential of mobile robots at a lower cost than existing solutions, whilst increasing safety. Specifically, it is a solution that allows mobile robots to operate in highly dynamic environments, both indoors and outdoors, in all weather conditions.

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Achtseweg Zuid 153g, Gebouw Tq3 Verdieping 1
5651 GW Eindhoven

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Activity type
Private for-profit entities (excluding Higher or Secondary Education Establishments)
EU contribution
€ 50 000