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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
Former research staff member and PhD graduate Melanie Schranz talks about her career in engineering and how she found her dream job. Read the complete Interview (in German).
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 […]
Our former research staff member Jennifer Simonjan received the “Digitalization Award” of the state of Carinthia for her PhD thesis entitled “Resource-efficient and Resiliant Self-Calibration in Distributed Visual Sensor Networks”. Jennifer received the award from the Govenor Peter Kaiser as part of a virtual ceremony on November 23, 2020. Press […]