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Leaving Flatland

Leaving Flatland: Fast Autonomous Navigation For UGVs in Challenging Terrain

We envision a new research program on autonomous modeling and navigation, with the goal of enabling small unmanned ground vehicles (UGVs) to move alongside their human counterparts through virtually any environment. Such UGVs will operate indoor and outdoor, with no distinction, and at a speed compatible with human motion. This is a joint project with Stanford University and Boston Dynamics.


Karto Development

The KartoTM SDK leverages three decades of leading edge research by SRI International to provide high accuracy navigation, mapping, and exploration functionality across a broad range of mobile robot platforms.


PRIME: A Predictive Model Development Environment

The goal was to develop PRIME, an effects-based modelling tool, as a web application. PRIME supports rapid, collaborative development of forecasts of the effects of a planned set of DIME (diplomatic, informational, military, or economic) actions.


Self-organizing mobile ad hoc networks

We address the problem of controlling large numbers of small mobile robots that form a multi-hop ad hoc communication network. We employ learning, optimization, and distributed coordination techniques to enable the robots to self-organize in order to maximize network performance.


Player development

This project supports development and maintenance of Player, an Open Source hardware abstraction layer for robotic devices.


XG Policy Control

The vision of radically increased spectrum usage through XG-enabled radios requires regulatory bodies and spectrum holders to be convinced that the radios will follow rules and policies. This project will develop an expressive and extensible policy language with executable semantics, for describing policies that meet the needs of a wide variety of spectrum regulation bodies. We will also develop efficient reasoning algorithms to reason about policy compliance during radio operation.


Coordinated Multi-Agent Team Reasoning and Incremental eXecution

SRI and team members are working on developing systems that enable people working in teams to quickly and effectively manage change.



RADAR helps relieve email overload by identifying and helping to carry out tasks implied by received messages.


UAV Airspace Management System

The ISX/SRI/BRG team will develop a UAV Airspace Management System (UAMS) that operates at a Battalion echelon level to deconflict multiple small UAV path plans in real time using limited sensors, communications, and processing resources. UAMS will employ a hybrid centralized/distributed architecture supporting dynamic coordination mode selection for each (group) of UAVs. This work is sponsored by the Army Aviation Applied Technology Directorate (AATD).


Integrated Battle Command Rolling Start

DARPA’s Integrated Battle Command program (IBC) aims to support the commander’s intuition, judgment, and creativity using flexible, intelligent decision aids. Unlike some previous efforts, IBC will focus on interactive methods that enable humans to guide the search for solutions.

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