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Simon Lacroix

defended his thesis on Autonomous navigation in natural environment in 1995, at LAAS. After a one year post-doc in McGill, Montréal, he joined the Robotics and AI group in 1996. He tries to animate the project since 1998.

(The work in the project in which Simon Lacroix is involved are denoted by a in the menu)
  General Information
 About the EDEN Project
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 Related Projects
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*The Blimp

  Rovers Navigation
 Motion control
 Environment Perception
*  Stereo-vision
*  Panoramic vision
*  Interest points matching
*  Pixel tracking
 Environment Modeling
*  Terrain classification
*  Digital elevation maps
*  Stereo Motion Estimation
*  Panoramic images
*  Set-membership estimation
 Motion Generation
*  Potential fields
*  Circle arcs generation
*  On rough terrains
*  Navigation Strategies
*  Some integrated experiments

  Autonomous Blimps
*  Experimental Developments
 Environment Perception
*  DEM from Stereo-vision

  Multi-Robot Cooperation
 Multi UAV coordination