The Resilient Intelligent Systems Lab (RISLab) is part of Carnegie Mellon University’s Robotics Institute. The lab, led by Co-Directors Wennie Tabib and Nathan Michael, is focused on improving the performance and reliability of autonomous systems.
This research seeks to enable human-robot collaborative exploration of a-priori unknown enviornments using implicit coordination.
This research project develops mapping and planning methods for multirotors to enable memory-efficient exploration while generating a high-fidelity map of the environment.
This research project seeks to improve assistance to humans operating multirotors through narrow gaps and tunnels.
This research program develops a method for cave surveying in complete darkness with an autonomous aerial vehicle equipped with a depth camera for mapping, downward-facing camera for state estimation, and forward and downward lights.