Robotics and eSafety Research Group

University of Alcalá

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The robotics group of RobeSafe has been working in the field of service robotics since the year 1996. Our research is focused in the following lines: human-robot interfaces, multi-sensorial perception, location, navigation, SLAM and tele-assistance services. In recent years the group has participated in different projects supported by public institutions as the European Commission, Spanish Ministry of Science, Community of Madrid and University of Alcalá. On the other hand, the final goal of our group is to transfer the results of our technologies to the industry. In this sense RobeSafe has collaborate with several companies in order to develop different robotics systems.

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1 HMI - Automatic monitoring Luis Miguel Bergasa 1310
2 HMI - Face Tracking using Computer Vision for Improving Mobility of Disable People Luis Miguel Bergasa 1247
3 HMI - Wheelchair Control by EOG for Improving Mobility of Disable People Rafael Barea 1430
4 Mapping - 3D Map building using a 2D laser Ángel Llamazares 1452
5 Medical Robotics - Surgical Assitant Rafael Barea 1247
6 Medical Robotics - Virtual Surgery with Tactile Feedback Rafael Barea 1217
7 Navigation and Localization - Multirobot localization Rafael Barea 1216
8 Navigation and Localization - POMDP navigation system based on Sonar and Vision Elena López Guillén 1330
9 Navigation and Localization - POMDP navigation system based on WiFi & Sonar Manuel Ocaña 1211
10 Visual Localization and Mapping - GPS improvement through RTH Visual-SLAM David Schleicher 1273
11 Visual Localization and Mapping - Real-Time Hierarchical GPS_Visual-SLAM David Schleicher 1254
12 Visual Localization and Mapping - Visibility Learning in Large Scale Urban Environment Pablo F. Alcantarilla 1179
13 Visual Localization and Mapping - Visual SLAM and Vision-Based Localization for Humanoids Robots Pablo F. Alcantarilla 1181
14 Visual Localization and Mapping -Visual SLAM and Vision-Based Localization for the Visually Impaired Pablo F. Alcantarilla 6000