About Us

The conducted research of Intelligent and Mobile Robotics Group (IMR) is focused on design and development of intelligent mobile robots - self-guided vehicles. The overall goal is to develop a highly robust cognitive control system for this kind of robots and to bring novel ideas into particular solutions. For central tasks are considered: sensing of the environment, sensor data processing and data understanding, all leading towards automated world model building and/or updating. The used knowledge representations of the world are designed and optimized for planning of robot activities and for self-navigation in real (indoor) environments. As such system requires highly complex control and decision-making the crucial parts is always the sensing and sensor data understanding.

Success Stories

The project TAROS was awarded on Future Forces 2014 by jurnalists jury as The most interesting Technical Exhibit and Golden Future Forces 2014. Our cooperation was appreciated by director of VOP cz.


We received IEEE RAS grant for SyRoTek under the call on Creation of Educational Material in Robotics and Automation 2015 (CEMRA 2015). Thank to this, new functionalities will be implemented and new courses will be published on SyRoTek pages.


First year of the Center for Advanced Field Robotics has been successfully finished and IMR is a proud founding member of this center. For more details see web page of the center.


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Events & News

May 1st, 2015

IMR group becomes a part of Czech Institute of Informatics, Robotics and Cybernetics, Czech Technical University in Prague. We moved to new internet as well as physical address.

November 27th - December 14th, 2014

Mirek Kulich and Martin Saska visited the Research Centre in Informatics for Engineering at the National Technological University in Córdoba and Computer Department at the University of Buenos Aires within a joint Czech-Argentinean project "Multi-robot autonomous systems".

November 22th-28th, 2014

Short stay of researchers from Karlsruhe Institute of Technology within a joint Czech-German project "Multi-robot systems in complex environments".

November 24th-28th, 2014'

Short stay of researches from Technische Universität Berlin withing a joint Czech-German project "Highly flexible manipulation system for varying industrial environments".


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