Mobile Robotics

  • Mobile autonomous systems in semi- and unstructured, dynamic environments
  • Environment perception and representation (segmentation)
  • In- and outdoor Navigation, Localization and Mapping
  • Mobile manipulation for intralogistics, assembly and construction

The research group Mobile Robotics focuses on mobile autonomous systems in semi- and unstructured environments. The group deals with problems in environmental mapping and navigation both indoor and outdoor, environmental data acquisition, processing and state estimation under uncertainty, as well as motion planning and motion generation using and further developing methods of machine learning in high-dimensional state spaces i.e. for mobile manipulators.

The goal is the development and research of new methods, algorithms and approaches to maximize the generalization capability while minimizing the dependence on a priori knowledge of mobile autonomous robot systems.

Currently we apply our mobile robot systems in intralogistics, order picking and assembly by mobile manipulators, on drone systems for environmental mapping and object manipulation and mobile robot systems in the outdoor area.


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Das vom BMBF geförderte Verbundprojekt UrbANT – Urbane, automatisierte, nutzerorientierte Transportplattform hat das Ziel der Entwicklung, Fertigung und Erprobung eines individuellen, elektrisch angetriebenen Mikromobilitätsmittels, das insbesondere Fußgängern die sichere und komfortable Mitnahme von schweren und großvolumigen Gütern erlaubt.
2019 – 2022
ContactChristoph Henke, M.Sc.Forschungsgruppenleiter
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