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October 2010 Humanoids @ IROS

Our lab had the great pleasure to visit Taipei, Taiwan for the International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS 2010). Aside from being our first time in beautiful Taiwan, to our knowledge - there were a bunch of other firsts: The first NAMO (Navigation Among Movable Obstacles) algorithm that performs real-time planning as it perceives the world and gathers information. The most effective public domain algorithm for mixed palletizing. Finally, the first implementation of probabilistically complete planning for a mobile manipulator that replans faster than a human and enables human-level speed in response.

Congratulations to all the authors:

  • H. Wu, M. Levihn, M. Stilman. Navigation Among Movable Obstacles in Unknown Environments. Int. Conf. on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS'10), 2010.

  • M. Schuster, R. Bormann, D. Steidl, S. Reynolds-Haertle, M. Stilman. Stable Stacking for the Distributorís Pallet Packing Problem. Int. Conf. on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS'10), 2010.

  • T. Kunz, U. Reiser, M. Stilman, A. Verl. Real-Time Path Planning for a Robot Arm in Changing Environments. Int. Conf. on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS'10), 2010.

Here are some pictures from the event. Click here for more photos.

Photo credits: Daniela Steidl and Tobias Kunz. Great work by everyone!

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