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The Robe-Safe research group at the University of Alcalá is focused on perception systems applied to the fields of Service Robotics and e-Safety. At present is formed by 21 researchers of which 7 are Doctors.

Services Robotics Research Group

The RobeSafe group has been working in the field of service robotics since the year 1996. Our research is focused in the following lines: human-robot interfaces, multi-sensorial perception, location, navigation, SLAM and tele-assistance services. In recent years the group has participated in different projects supported by public institutions as the European Commission, Spanish Ministry of Science, Community of Madrid and University of Alcalá. On the other hand, the final goal of our group is to transfer the results of our technologies to the industry. In this sense RobeSafe has collaborate with several companies in order to develop different robotics systems.

eSafety Research Group

In order to improve traffic safety, both the scientific community and the automobile industry have contributed to the development of different types of safety systems. The application of electronic technologies to road safety enhancement is generally known as eSafety. In the last decade, research has also moved towards more intelligent on-board systems that aim to anticipate and try to avoid or mitigate the severity of traffic accidents. These systems are referred to as Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) in the sense that they assist the driver to take decisions, provide signals in possible dangerous driving situations, and perform counteractive measures in cases of unavoidable accidents. A major characteristic of ADAS is the requirement of observing and understanding key aspects of the vehicle's environment in real-time. For this purpose, the use of Computer Vision is becoming a kind of standard that most car manufacturers are incorporating in their latest models. The RobeSafe Group conducts exhaustive research in the field of Safety and ADAS with the goal of transferring the results of its technology to the automotive and road maintenance industries.

 

 

 

 

UAH Summer Course 2011

UAH Summer Course 2011

26 May 2017
Sunday, 03 July 2011 10:03 Manuel Ocaña When Joseph Engelberger, an industrial robotics pioneer, once remarked "I can't define a robot, but I know one when I see one” it…
Conference included in the Electronics Doctorate Program

Conference included in the Electronics Doctorate Program

26 May 2017
Wednesday, 07 December 2011 13:41 Luis Miguel Bergasa Speaker: Raquel Urtasun. Assistant Professor at the Toyota Technological Institute at Chicago. Talk: 3D Urban Scene Understanding from Movable Platforms Date: 19th…
IV'12 Workshop: Perception in Robotics

IV'12 Workshop: Perception in Robotics

26 May 2017
This workshop presents the tenth Workshop of the RoboCity2030 project, supported by the PADIR program of the Community of Madrid. The RoboCity2030 consortium is formed by the research groups of…

Contact

Luis Miguel Bergasa 
Robesafe Director
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Tlf:      +34 918856569
Fax:   +34 918856590

Location

Polytechnic School

University of Alcalá

Av. Jesuitas s/n.

Alcalá de Henares, 28871

Madrid, Spain

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