The Intelligent Robotics Lab (IRL) at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, housed in the Coordinated Science Laboratory Studio, is a shared research facility. This innovative lab seeks to make breakthroughs in key aspects of Mobile Robotics. Researchers from around campus utilize the facility to develop the latest robotic systems that focus mainly on the challenges of Decision, Control and Autonomy.
Field Robotics Engineering and Science Home (FRESH)
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