Autonomous vehicle research is a main component of the KCG lab. We develop smart algorithms for autonomous drones and other UAVs. Those algorithms enable the UAV autonomous navigation and landing in challenging environments (e.g., on a boat).
Moreover, the lab also develops a proof-of-concept for an autonomous boat that can “live” for several months in the water.
one of the hottest topics in the high-tech market. The main goal of automation is minimizing human errors in complex missions.
In our lab, we are developing autonomies for a variety of vehicles, ships, and drones. In order to develop automation, we use a wide range of sensors in the field of ultrasound, laser, image processing, and more.
Our research deals with bio-inspired robotics and swarm algorithms
The Autonomous Robotics Team
Prof. Boaz Ben-Moshe
Head of the KnCG lab
Head of the Department of Computer Engineering
Research fields: theoretical and applied aspects of Computational Geometry and Facility Location Optimization, including: Approximating Radio Maps, Locating Wireless Backbone, Frequency Allocation, Visibility Graphs, Terrain Simplification, Allocation Problems, Vehicle Routing Problems, and GIS expert systems.