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TuesdayJan 18 2011IEEE Oregon Robotics - Moving SLAM algorithm from the laboratory to the commercial world
Co-sponsored by: OHSU Department of Biomedical Engineering
In the last two years, the robotic research community seems to consider that 2D laser-based SLAM is a solved problem. I will not contradict the fact that 2D laser SLAM has reached a maturity that has allowed it to break out of the lab into commercial applications. In this presentation, I will present my experience testing our SLAM algorithm on commercial projects or how our clients are pushing the limit of our algorithms. For example, we had never mapped building over 1 million square feet or all seven floors of the same buildings.
Speaker(s): Dr. Regis Vincent, Software Commercialization team at SRI International, Palo Alto, CA
Location: Room: PC401 Bldg: Paul Clayton Building 20000 NW Walker Rd Beverton Beaverton 97006
WednesdayJun 9 2010IEEE Oregon RAS - Enabling Autonomous and Industrial Robots with NI LabVIEW Robotics
Enabling Autonomous and Industrial Robots with NI LabVIEW Robotics Christoph Wimmer, National Instruments
Wednesday June 9th, 2010 - 7-9pm
Joint meeting of IEEE Robotics and Automation Society - Portland Chapter OHSU Division of Biomedical Engineering
Paul Clayton Building, room PC-410 20000 NW Walker Rd Beaverton, OR 97006
From autonomous farming vehicles to medical mobile systems, NI LabVIEW Robotics provides a standard hardware and software development platform for designing robotic control system. The LabVIEW Robotics Module plugs into the LabVIEW development environment and delivers an extensive robotics library with built-in connectivity to robotic sensors and actuators, foundational algorithms for intelligent operation and robust perception, and motion functions for making robots or vehicles move. The NI LabVIEW graphical programming language makes it easy to program complex robotics applications by providing a high level of abstraction for sensor communication, obstacle avoidance, path planning, kinematics, steering, and more.
Christoph Wimmer, the National Instruments embedded business development manager for Washington, Oregon, and California. Christoph joined NI in 1998 after graduating from Graz University of Technology in Austria with a master’s degree in electrical engineering.
Speaker(s): Christoph Wimmer, ,
Agenda: Meeting 7:00-9:00 pm
Location: Room: PC-410 Bldg: Paul Clayton Building OHSU Division of Biomedical Engineering 20000 NW Walker Rd Beaverton 97006