Institute for Autonomous Systems Technology

Institute for Autonomous Systems Technology

  • There are new job offers (in German)!
    We are looking for new PhD students in the fields of surface classification and vegetation detection as well as for further interesting topics.
  • November 8, 2017: Torsten Engler will present the paper "Recursive 3D Scene Estimation with Multiple Camera Pairs" at IPTA 2017 (November 28 - December 1 in Montreal, Canada)
  • October 6, 2017: Martin Michaelis and Philipp Berthold will present their papers "Heterogeneous Multi-Sensor Fusion for Extended Objects in Automotive Scenarios Using Gaussian Processes and a GMPHD-Filter" and "Radar Reflection Characteristics of Vehicles for Contour and Feature Estimation" at the 11th Symposium Sensor Data Fusion 2017 (October 10-12 in Bonn, Germany).
  • July 25, 2017: The following papers were accepted for presentation at ITSC 2017 (October 16-19 in Yokohama, Japan):
    • "How MuCAR Won the Convoy Scenario at ELROB 2016" (presenter: Patrick Burger)
    • "Robust Long-Range Teach-and-Repeat in Non-Urban Environments" (presenter: Felix Ebert)
    • "Continuous Stereo Camera Calibration in Urban Scenarios" (presenter: Georg Mueller)
  • June 16, 2017: Hanno Jaspers and Dennis Fassbender will present their papers "Visual Navigation with Efficient ConvNet Features" and "An Optimization Approach to Trajectory Generation for Autonomous Vehicle Following" at IROS 2017 (September 24-28 in Vancouver, Canada).
  • June 14, 2017: Hanno Jaspers received the Second Prize Best Poster Award for his paper "Multi-modal Local Terrain Maps from Vision and LiDAR" at IV 2017.
  • May 11, 2017: Benjamin Heinrich will present the paper "Autonomous Cooperative Multi-Convoy Control for Off-Road Scenarios" at AUTOREG 2017 (July 5-6 in Berlin, Germany).
  • March 15, 2017: Benjamin Heinrich and Hanno Jaspers will present their papers "A New Control Architecture for MuCAR" and "Multi-modal Local Terrain Maps from Vision and LiDAR" at IV 2017 (June 11-14) in Redondo Beach, USA).
  • January 11, 2017: We are currently looking for students who are interested in the topics "Creating and refining a digital map for localization of an autonomous vehicle" or "Landmark-based SLAM" (documents in German).
  • September 13, 2016: Jan Kallwies will present the paper "A Fast and Accurate Image-Registration Algorithm using Prior Knowledge" at DICTA 2016 (November 30 - December 2 in Gold Coast, Australia).
  • August 29, 2016: Carsten Fries and Benjamin Heinrich will present their papers "Real-time Unsupervised Feature Model Generation for a Vehicle Following System" and "Precise Object-Relative Positioning for Car-Like Robots" at ITSC 2016 (November 1-4 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil).
  • July 11, 2016: Dennis Fassbender will present the paper "Motion Planning for Autonomous Vehicles in Highly Constrained Urban Environments" at IROS 2016 (October 9-14 in Daejeon, South Korea).
  • June 27, 2016: At ELROB 2016 (June 20-24 in Eggendorf, Austria), TAS competed in the scenarios "Convoying / Movements" as well as "Mule", finishing first in both.
  • June 24, 2016: Michael Kusenbach and Georg Müller presented two papers at IV 2016 (June 19-22 in Gothenburg, Sweden): "A New Geometric 3D LiDAR Feature for Model Creation and Classification of Moving Objects" (Michael Kusenbach) and "Continuous Extrinsic Online Calibration for Stereo Cameras" (Georg Müller).
  • January 21, 2016: Hanno Jaspers will present the paper "High Accuracy Model-Based Object Pose Estimation for Autonomous Recharging Applications" at WACV 2016 (March 7-9, Lake Placid, NY, USA).