Title: Focus Issues on Advanced Unmanned Systems Research
- Date: 2011. 10.14(Fri.) 16:00-18:00
- Venue: 우리별 세미나실(E3-2, 2201)
- Lecturer: Hyunchul Shim (Associate Professor , Department of Aerospace Engineering)
Focus Issues on Advanced Unmanned Systems Research
Unmanned systems have been actively researched and developed since 1990s. Now they have evolved into diverse platforms such as unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV), unmanned ground vehicles (UGV), and unmanned underwater vehicles(UUV). Recently, active researches are performed for enhanced autonomy and collaborative operation capabilities in multi-agent scenarios. In addition, a fresh look is given to the design of unmanned systems for maximized capabilities since they do not require human presence on the vehicle. In this talk, various topics of unmanned systems will be presented and discussed in the area of novel platforms, advanced guidance and control methods, multi-agent coordination, and implementation issues based on the presenter’s past and current research activities at UC Berkeley and KAIST.