Optical flow for small flying robots Flying insects heavily rely on optical flow for visual navigation and flight control. Roboticists have endowed small flying robots …
A drone that can fly sustainably for long distances over land and water, and can land almost anywhere, will be able to serve …
Neuromorphic processors like Loihi offer a promising alternative to conventional computing modules for endowing constrained systems like micro air vehicles (MAVs) with robust, …
On 26th of June, we will host a symposium on sense and avoid technologies for small drones. The Percevite Symposium will be filled with presentations and demonstrations from renowned researchers in academia and industry. Come join us in the free-online event!
We are very proud to officially announce that we have won the AlphaPilot Drone Racing Innovation challenge!
The Faculty of Aerospace Engineering of Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands, announces a vacancy for one Ph.D. student within the project “Learning how to autonomously exploit updrafts”. Submit applications before December 18, 2019.
Our latest paper in Science Robotics presents the first swarm of tiny robots that can explore unknown environments completely by themselves. No map, no memory, and no GPS!
Open position for a senior researcher/project engineer for the NAVY project to design control algorithms for a VTOL winged drone.
Fully autonomous drones safely made way for the high priority drones above TU Delft campus.
IMAV offers a unique mix of a competition and a conference. This year, we will take part in the indoor competition in a joint team with the start-up XOSight, as well as present 4 papers.