• See distances with one eye

    New theory allows drones to see distances with one eye

    A new theory has been published that allows drones to see distances with a single camera. TU Delft’s Micro Air Vehicle Laboratory has found that drones approaching an object with an insect-inspired vision strategy become […]

     
  • Extremely light-weight Autonomous MAVs

    Extremely light-weight Autonomous MAVs

    Micro Air Vehicles (MAVs) are becoming ever smaller and lighter. This opens new areas of application, mainly because of the capability to access small spaces. A straightforward example of such an application is building inspection. […]

     
  • BERISUAS Project Successfully Finished

    BERISUAS Project Successfully Finished

    The MAVLab finished the Interreg project BERISUAS, BEtter Response and Improved Safety through Unmanned Aircraft Systems: http://www.berisuas.eu/  

     
  • MAVLab supported the "vlieg-je-drone-veilig" initiative

    MAVLab supported the “vlieg-je-drone-veilig” initiative

     
  • BERISUAS International Test - UAS in Maritime Incident Response

    BERISUAS International Test – UAS in Maritime Incident Response

    On Saturday, June 18th the first international test with deploying an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) to aid in combating an incident onboard a ship will take place on the Westerschelde. The small unmanned aircraft will […]

     
  • Student Challenge 2015 course AE4317

    Student Challenge 2015 course AE4317

     
  • Festo BionicANT

    Festo BionicANT

    The Festo BionicANT program is using the stereo-vision system developed at the MavLab. https://www.festo.com/group/de/cms/10157.htm All details of the BionicANT can be found in Festo’s BionicANT PDF.

     
  • Cyber Zoo Opened

    Cyber Zoo Opened

    The opening of the TU Delft Cyber Zoo was Wednesday 5th of March. The Cyber Zoo is a new research and test laboratory for flying and walking swarm robots. Read more on http://www.tudelft.nl/en/current/latest-news/article/detail/cyber-zoo-nieuw-lab-tu-delft-met-vliegende-en-kruipende-robots/

     
  • Spinoffs

    Spinoffs

    http://www.dutchuas-tudelft.nl/ http://www.atmosuav.com/ http://www.roboswift.nl/ http://www.heeringuas.nl/

     
  • Optical Flow based Slope Estimation

    Optical Flow based Slope Estimation

    Our open-source “Optical Flow based Slope Estimation” code can be found: first_release_OF_slope_estimation publication: G. De Croon, H. Ho, C. De Wagter, E. Van Kampen, B. Remes, and Q. Chu, “Optic-flow based slope estimation for autonomous […]