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This project, funded by Gebert Rüf Stiftung, is supported by the following project partners: Voliro AG, Wyss Zurich, ESA Business Incubation
Förderbeitrag: CHF 150'000
Dauer: 02.2020 - 02.2021
Handlungsfeld: InnoBooster, seit 2018
Dr. Mina Kamel
8092 Zürich (Schweiz)
Voliro develops the next generation of autonomous flying robots, an omnidirectional platform with the unique capability to approach, touch, and interact with the environment. Voliro robots are “Hands in the Sky”. This novel ability to interact with the environment through a flying platform opens the door to large markets where construction or maintenance tasks require additional infrastructure. Such tasks include Non-destructive infrastructure inspection where a sensor is often required to be in contact with structures, spraying of fluids to clean buildings facades, cleaning of walls and windows, painting and coating of surfaces and even firefighting through the windows of buildings. Executing these tasks by means of an aerial robot will eliminate the need for scaffoldings, reduce or even eliminate assets downtime, enable inspections in hazardous environments, and increase the value of collected data thanks to the precise and automated data collection. Robust and accurate localization and mapping in GPS denied environment is crucial to enable Voliro's aerial robots to execute inspection and maintenance tasks autonomously. Within this project, we focus on accurate and reliable 3D mapping and localization using multi-sensor fusion such as Laser Scanner (LiDAR), cameras and inertial measurement unit (IMU) to enable autonomous mission execution. The resulting 3D map will be also used for mission planning and inspection results reporting, enabling digitalization of assets monitoring and maintenance.
Was ist das Besondere an diesem Projekt?
Within this project, we focus on accurate and reliable 3D mapping and localization using multisensor fusion such as Laser Scanner (LiDAR), cameras and inertial measurement unit (IMU) to enable autonomous mission execution. The resulting 3D map will be also used for mission planning and inspection results reporting, enabling digitalization of assets monitoring and maintenance.
Voliro is currently focusing on product development and is conducted several pilot projects and proof of concepts with customers.
None so far.
Am Projekt beteiligte Personen
Letzte Aktualisierung dieser Projektdarstellung 28.01.2020