The Mobile Robotics Laboratory conducts research in several areas related to mobile robotics and intelligent transportation systems, including: computer vision, machine learning, and autonomous robots and vehicles.
Currently, most of the research done in the lab focuses on developing intelligent vehicles for urban and agricultural environments. More information about ongoing research topics can be found in the research page.
Opportunities for research collaboration and undergraduate, MSc and PhD positions can be obtained via email (available on the contact page) or directly with the lab faculty members.
- 1/2017 - Autonomous Vehicles projects from LRM have been featured in the IEEE ITS Magazine. ITS Mag.
- 1/2017 - Benchmark for Road Detection in Challenging Urban Scenarios. Dataset.
- 10/2016 - The LRM is one of the organizers of the IEEE 19th International Conference on Intelligent Transportation Systems - ITSC 2016. It will be its first time in Latin America. ITSC2016.
- 1/2016 - LRM and Fatec Santo Andre organize event on autonomous vehicles with the participation of several companies of the automotive industry. More info (in Portuguese) and photos.
- 10/2015 - Data logs for Curb and road marking detection for vehicle localization using LIDAR 3D are available for download in the Repository.
- 4/2015 - New videos of our multi-vehicle simulator available here.
- 2/2015 - Our multi-vehicle simulation framework web page is online. Soon will be available for download.
- 1/2015 - Stock Car pilot Allam Khodair has been on board of CaRINA 2 Auto Esporte (TV)