IMR laboratory

Robots | Vicon | Equipment


Located in CIIRC CTU (building B, room 315), the Intelligent and Mobile Robotics laboratory has a total area of over 250 m2 available for experiments, development, and testing of robotic applications. The laboratory is also equipped with a Vicon motion capture system with submillimeter precision covering a 9 x 9 m area.

 


Robots

Mobile robots

Husky A200 (3x) Turtlebot 2 (12x) TIAGo++
Turtlebot 3: Burger (2x) TurtleBot 3 Friends: Conveyor Cameleon
F1Tenth Formula (2x) PhantomX Hexapod (2x) etc...

Aerial robots

DJI Ryze Tello (5x) DJI Matrice 300 DJI Mavic Pro 2
AscTec Falcon AscTec FireFly DJI F550
 

Robotic manipulators

Universal Robots - UR10 Universal Robots - UR5 (2x) ABB collaborative robot - YuMi


Vicon

The laboratory is equipped with a Vicon motion capture system with submillimeter precision covering a 9 x 9 m area. The system is available for research and education purposes. It provides position estimates at high frequencies using digital cameras equipped with powerful infrared illuminators. The system is used for ground truth position estimates for mobile robots, manipulators, sensors, and other objects of interest, it also allows for precise and robust full-body pose estimation.


Equipment

The laboratory contains a computer classroom with standard desktop computers and several specialized units such as compact Intel NUC computers, or computers equipped with high-end GPU. Various 2D and 3D cameras, laser rangefinders, RTK GPS systems, ultrasonic sensors, and other sensory equipment are also available in the laboratory.

The laboratory is fully equipped with HW tools for every occasion. This includes workstations with both electrical (voltmeters, oscilloscopes, soldering eq., ...) and mechanical tools (pliers, screwdrivers, hammers, drills, saws, ...), 3D printers, and various other tools.

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