We are very proud to officially announce that we have won the AlphaPilot Drone Racing Innovation challenge!
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!
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.
researchers from TU Delft have developed a ‘pelican drone’: a drone capable of taking water samples quickly, in combination with a measuring instrument that immediately analyses the water quality.
Our latest paper uses the Google PageRank algorithm to evaluate and optimize the behavior of swarms in a computationally efficient way, aimed at making swarms that are scalable, flexible, and robust.
The drone racing team of the MAVLab has presented the currently smallest autonomous racing drone in the world.
We are happy to announce that we are one of the 9 selected teams for the 2019 AlphaPilot Innovation Challenge!
TU Delft scientists have uncovered how deep neural networks see distances in a single image. They report on their findings in an article on the public Arxiv repository.
Dr. ir. Guido de Croon was featured on an article in the major Dutch newspaper, “de Volkskrant”, wherein he discussed the possibilities of learning about …