Accepted papers in IROS 2015

IROS 2015 – Gateway to the Era of Robots – International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IEEE/RSJ) 2015. This year, VerLab will contribute with two publications.

  • Automatic Restoration of Underwater Monocular Sequences of Images (acess the abstract here)
    • Paulo Drews-Jr
    • Erickson R. Nascimento
    • Mario F. M. Campos
    • Alberto Elfes
  • 3D Path Planning with Continuous Bounded Curvature and Pitch Angle Profiles Using 7th Order Curves (acess the abstract here)
    • Armando Alves Neto
    • Douglas G. Macharet
    • Mario F. M. Campos


Comments (4)

  1. This is really ftitrrasung to me. Why do we consider this thing a robot. There is no intelligence and it is remote controlled. What is the difference between this and car that is driven by a human.I also have a problem with calling industrial robots robots. Everything is programmed to the precise movement. If the environment changes the robot is ineffective. Until the robot can interact with an unpredictable environment, I do not consider it a robot. Maybe I am just biased because I am a cognitive science roboticist and not a mechanical engineer.

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