Infrastructure robotics

We welcome industry collaborations in this field. For more information about collaborating with our team, please contact us.

Projects

Visual Place Recognition for Robotics in Extreme Environments

This project is conducting research on visual place recognition for ground-based robots in extreme environments, such as underground mining and nuclear decommissioning scenarios.

[COMPLETED] How automated vehicles will interact with road infrastructure

QUT researchers who took an Artificial Intelligence (AI) system on a south-east Queensland road trip have identified the key role high-definition annotated maps will likely play in autonomous driving on Australian roads.

Semi-automated power pole inspection

We have developed an autonomy package to ensure that human-piloted inspection drones do not collide with poles, cross arms and wires.

Team

Distinguished Professor Peter Corke
Distinguished Professor Peter Corke
Director, QUT Centre for Robotics
Professor Michael Milford
Professor Michael Milford
Deputy Director, QUT Centre for Robotics
 Andrew Keir
Andrew Keir
Director, QUT Research Engineering Facility