CPS & Cooperative Autonomy Laboratory

The CPS and Cooperative Autonomy Laboratory houses projects related to cyber-physical systems and it focuses on the implementation of decentralized algorithms for control, coordination, estimation and detection. The laboratory is equipped with two platforms:

  • A miniature robotics testbed, which consists for a 5 sqm platform and a visual tracking system that uses overhead high-resolution camera and a high-performance desktop.
  • A decentralized hybrid control platform featuring a quadrotor, a motion capture system with 12 cameras and four e-puck robots. This platform also includes a dedicated high performance desktop computer.
     

Contact Information

Nuno Martins
Professor
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Institute for Systems Research
301-405-9198 | nmartins@isr.umd.edu