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12:00 pm CARRE Fall Seminar Series 2017 –... @ UTIAS, Lecture Hall
CARRE Fall Seminar Series 2017 –... @ UTIAS, Lecture Hall
Oct 13 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Title Towards Greater Autonomy and Safety of UAVs: Collision Recovery for Quadcopters Abstract Making small unmanned aerial vehicles more autonomous is a continuing endeavour in the UAV research community; it is also the... Read more »