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Visual Navigation for Flying Robots

Note for TUM students: Unfortunately, we cannot offer this course any more. See our current courses for alternatives.

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Summary

In recent years, flying robots such as autonomous quadrocopters have gained increased interest in robotics and computer vision research. For navigating safely, these robots need the ability to localize themselves autonomously using their onboard sensors. Potential applications of such systems include the automatic 3D reconstruction of buildings, inspection and simple maintenance tasks, surveillance of public places as well as in search and rescue systems.

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Lecture recordings from 2013 can be found on YouTube.

Course Material

Please see the 2013 course page for lecture slides and exercise material.

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85748 Garching info@vision.in.tum.de

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17.07.2022

MCML Kick-Off

On July 27th, we are organizing the Kick-Off of the Munich Center for Machine Learning in the Bavarian Academy of Sciences.

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AI Symposium

On July 22nd 2022, we are organizing a Symposium on AI within the Technology Forum of the Bavarian Academy of Sciences.

05.07.2022

We are organizing a workshop on Map-Based Localization for Autonomous Driving at ECCV 2022, Tel Aviv, Israel.

03.04.2022

In April 2022 Jürgen Sturm and Daniel Cremers were featured among the top 6 most influential scholars in robotics of the last decade.

31.03.2022

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