Author: Bernhard Rinner

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Multi-drone constellation changes

Planning the simultaneous movement of multipleagents represents a challenging coordination problem, and ideally safety and efficiency are jointly addressed. In his master thesis, Paul Ladinig developed a planning algorithm for fast and energy-efficient trajectories with reduced collision potential from a start to an end constellation. This new approach combines trajectory […]

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Coalition formation and task assignment in MRS

Multi-robot systems (MRS) accomplish many missions with different complexities, and their applications range from search-and-rescue and surveillance to transportation and entertainment. In many missions, multiple robots need to cooperate to complete tasks. The workflow of these multi-robot tasks involves forming coalitions of robots, assigning them to available tasks, and jointly […]

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Journal paper on multidrone systems

Our journal paper „Multidrone systems: More than the sum of its parts“ jointly written with my colleagues Christian Bettstetter, Hermann Hellwagner and Stephan Weiss got accepted for publication in the Computer magazine. Abstract: Drones have evolved from bulky research platforms to everyday objects that enable avariety of innovative applications. One […]

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Four open senior scientist position (USE Lab)

University of Klagenfurt and Silicon Austria Labs GmbH are jointly establishing the Ubiquitous Sensing (USE) Lab addressing basic and application-oriented research in innovative sensor systems. We are currently looking for Senior Scientists to take a leading role in one of the following research tracks: Track #1: Sensor Modeling, Simulation and […]