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GROUP: Robotic Aerial Mobility (347T)
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The Robotic Aerial Mobility group develops innovative technologies for Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs), and contributes to their flight project implementation. The group provides robotic solutions tailored to the unique challenges associated with aerial robots, with a focus on guidance, navigation, and control, that expand autonomy and mobility capabilities. Areas of interest include:

  • Modelling and control of fast, unstable, and nonlinear dynamics
  • Sensor fusion for state estimation and situational awareness
  • Automated, risk-aware mission-planning, decision-making, and 3D trajectory optimization
  • Innovative robotic system designs for aerial vehicles, including hybrid mobility systems
People in This Group
Olivier Toupet - Group Supervisor
Ali-akbar Agha-mohammadi
Roland Brockers
Jeff Delaune
Gerik Kubiak
Gene Merewether
Cristina Sorice
Rohan Thakker
Theodore Tzanetos


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