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Monday August 10th, 2020

In our upcoming RA-L paper, we learn robot parameters for trajectory estimation in a Gaussian variational inference setting. Our method works without ground truth, i.e. with only noisy measurements including outliers.

Find the paper here: www.dynsyslab.org/wp-content/papercite-data/pdf/wong-ral20b.pdf
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In our upcoming RA-L paper, we learn robot parameters for trajectory estimation in a Gaussian variational inference setting. Our method works without ground truth, i.e. with only noisy measurements including outliers. 

Find the paper here: https://www.dynsyslab.org/wp-content/papercite-data/pdf/wong-ral20b.pdf

Friday August 7th, 2020

Prof. Angela Schoellig presented talk about safe learning control at the IFAC 2020 Learning for Control Tutorial along side Andreas Krause, Francesco Borrelli, and Shie Mannor. Find it below!
Tutorial Webpage: www.ifac2020.org/program/tutorials/learning-for-control/
Slides: www.dynsyslab.org/wp-content/papercite-data/slides/schoellig-ifac20-slides.pdf
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Friday July 17th, 2020

We present our perception-aware model predictive controller at the IFAC World Congress 2020. The controller accounts for camera orientation and location of visual landmarks to fly fast but reliably.
Paper: www.dynsyslab.org/wp-content/papercite-data/pdf/greeff-ifac20.pdf
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Wednesday July 15th, 2020

Want to set up your own ultrawide-band (UWB) indoor localization system? But where to put the radio sensors? Check out our work at the IFAC World Congress 2020 to help you find the optimal sensor locations.
Paper: www.dynsyslab.org/wp-content/papercite-data/pdf/zhao-ifac20.pdf
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Monday July 13th, 2020

Jacopo Panerati, postdoctoral fellow in our group, is participating in the RSS Pioneers Workshop 2020. He shares his thoughts on the gap between multi-agent deep reinforcement learning (MARL) and swarm robotics—and how to bridge it.
More Info: sites.google.com/view/rsspioneers2020/participants
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Thursday July 9th, 2020

Throwback to last year's stage of the SAE AutoDrive Challenge! Find our systems paper summarizing aUToronto's winning self-driving car design from the competition published in the Journal of Field Robotics.
Paper: arxiv.org/abs/2004.08752
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Monday July 6th, 2020

Can you localize a UAV by comparing its view with Google Earth images? We demonstrate accurate localizations of a multi-rotor UAV with a gimballed camera and an IMU using Google Earth to estimate the global pose on 7.1km of real world data with variable lighting conditions. Presented at ICRA2020
Paper: www.dynsyslab.org/wp-content/papercite-data/pdf/patel-icra20.pdf
Questions? ICRA Slack tuc07_6
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Saturday July 4th, 2020

Selecting the best hyperparameters can be a difficult step in designing state estimators. We present a novel motion prior for continuous-time estimation and present how to train its hyperparameters using data at ICRA2020. In lidar localization experiments, we show a translation error improvement of up to 68% compared to previously used motion priors.
Paper: www.dynsyslab.org/wp-content/papercite-data/pdf/wong-ral20.pdf
Questions? ICRA Slack tud07_2
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Selecting the best hyperparameters can be a difficult step in designing state estimators. We present a novel motion prior for continuous-time estimation and present how to train its hyperparameters using data at ICRA2020. In lidar localization experiments, we show a translation error improvement of up to 68% compared to previously used motion priors. 
Paper: http://www.dynsyslab.org/wp-content/papercite-data/pdf/wong-ral20.pdf
Questions? ICRA Slack tud07_2

Thursday July 2nd, 2020

Collision-free trajectories are essential for safe swarm flight in cluttered environments. We present a robust and scalable algorithm for multi-robot motion planning at ICRA2020.

Paper: www.dynsyslab.org/wp-content/papercite-data/pdf/luis-ral20.pdf

Questions? Slack Channel mob11_1
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Thursday June 25th, 2020

Safe receding horizon control in the presence of varying model error is a challenge. Our ICRA2020 paper proposes to learn a context-aware cost prediction error to achieve reliable performance in the presence of varied model accuracy.
Questions? ICRA20 Slack channel moc08_6
Paper: www.dynsyslab.org/wp-content/papercite-data/pdf/mckinnon-icra20.pdf
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