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Watch the recording of our conversation with four Boston Dynamics customers using Spot for academic and industry research. You will hear how they are exploring autonomous-legged robots for industry-specific research, human/robot interaction, developing advanced autonomy stacks, experimenting with artificial intelligence/machine learning, and more.
University of Virginia
Nicola is an Assistant Professor with the Department of Engineering Systems and Environment and the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Virginia. He leads a team of researchers focused on increasing autonomy, resiliency, and security of mobile robotic and cyber-physical systems.
University of Colorado Boulder
Christoffer leads the Autonomous Robots and Perception Group in the Computer Science department at Colorado University. His work combines research on computer vision and sensor fusion for mapping and state estimation on mobile robots. He develops new tools in machine learning, control, planning, and robotic perception, and deploys these technologies on experimental robotic platforms.
Associate Teaching Professor
University of Missouri College of Engineering
Dale is an Associate Teaching Professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science and the IT Program at the University of Missouri. He has 25 years of experience managing technological innovation, designing and developing products and services, and teaching generations of designers, software engineers, and computer scientists.
The Netherlands Organization for Applied Scientific Research (TNO)
Joris is the team lead of various programs at TNO where he helps to develop and integrate software modules for the perception, awareness and planning of autonomous systems and autonomous robots. More recently, he extended this work with the development of knowledge-graphs (or cognitive databases) and how to combine this type of AI with the machine- and deep-learning solutions in AI.
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