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Sensors Integration

We integrate our algorithms with sensors for real-life trials in the following projects:

VR Interface for Remote Robot Control

By Alex Vanwersch.In recent years, advancements in robotics and Virtual Reality (VR) technologies have revolutionizedthe way we interact with machines and explore our surroundings. The field of robotics has witnessedsignificant progress in developing mapping robots capable of navigating complex environments andacquiring valuable spatial data. At the same time, VR has advanced tremendously, creating immersiveexperiences that…

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AR ATC

We are partnering up with the Belgian Air Force in the development of an innovation project around the use of Augmented Reality (AR) for Air Traffic Control (ATC). The goal is to develop a solution to alleviate the issues with the current operation of ATC officers and automate a part of their workflow. In local…

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SSAVE

The objective of the SSAVE project is to develop a framework enabling shared situational awareness for maritime vessels. Advancements in connected and maritime vehicles are severely constrained by the limitations of existing communication methodologies and data exchange information. Due to the insecure nature of the current information sharing platform (like AIS) between vessels, information sharing is vulnerable…

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MarSur

Unmanned maritime vehicles are becoming important assets for military operations, not only on the battlefield, but also in logistics and in supportive roles. This also means that more and more of these vehicles are being deployed in the field, each with their own characteristics. This variety poses interoperability problems when deploying these assets together for…

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Simultaneous Localization and Object Detection on Low-Power Devices

This master thesis project was realized by Brent De Decker during the academic year 2020-2021. This thesis explores the possibilities of combining localization and object detection using smart glasses and microcomputers. The question posed is whether these low-powered devices have the capabilities to perform these demanding tasks in parallel, and if so, whether the system…

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