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FIELD AND INTERACTION ROBOTICS

Gabriele Bruzzone

Principal Investigator

The Field and Interaction Robotics research group has over 20 years’ experience in the area of robotics and carries out theoretical and applied research, which has led to the development and field exploitation of several unmanned vehicles.

Marine
Robotics
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Aerial/Ground Robotics lab

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The group is composed of 8 researchers, 5 assistant researchers, 1 technologist and 4 technicians and is/has been involved in manifold international and national research projects and scientific campaigns. The research program of the FIR group focuses on the following themes:
1) Systems, Control and Decision: study and development of methodologies for control of robotic platforms and development of hardware and software architectures for integrated systems composed of heterogeneous platforms;
2) Perception & Ambient Awareness: aggregation and composition of multi-sensorial data, acquired by heterogeneous platforms, in order to generate joint data models (e.g. composition of 3D video reconstructions with acoustic, chemical and biophysical data) for  ambient awareness of robotic vehicles operating in dynamic and unstructured environments;
3) Interaction, Synergy and Cooperation: study and development of methods for using robotic platforms as support and assistance for the human being, with the objectives of:
I) contributing to the welfare of the human being;
II) performing tasks in hostile and hazardous environments;
III) carrying out repetitive, stressful, complex or impossible tasks;
IV) cooperating with the human being in performing specific tasks.

More specifically, this research deals with the study of robotic systems capable of acting autonomously in unstructured environments with special focus on sw/ hw development platforms, control architectures, motion estimation systems, sensor-based guidance and control (both continuous-time and synchronous systems), systems for execution, coordination and mission control (both discrete-time and asynchronous systems), communication systems and protocols, IoT (Internet of Things).

 

Of particular interest are the studies carried out in the fields of cooperative/coordinate control of unmanned vehicles, in the application of SLAM techniques based on optical vision, and in identification, navigation and guidance, including anti-collision. This research, which is of a theoretical-experimental nature, has led to the development of mobile robotic platform prototypes used  in marine and maritime environments, which have the typical features of an unstructured environment. Most of the autonomous robots developed by the FIR group were tested in real conditions for performing operations such as monitoring and data collection in unstructured and/or dangerous/hostile environments (e.g. Polar regions).

 
 
 
 
 
 
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Research mainly focuses on the domains of:

  • civil robots: performing operations managed by civil authorities such as harbour surveillance and monitoring, as well as coastal monitoring according to the European Marine Strategy
  • commercial robots: working in a commercial context (agricultural robots and unmanned marine vehicles supporting maintenance and operation of aquaculture plants)
  • consumer robots: providing services to individuals such as in-home assistance for elderly people and supporting diver operations
  • transportation robots: robots operating within transport infrastructures for improvement of safety measures such as inspecting ship structures and improving emergency operations

Our long term research vision pursues the development of teams of cooperative heterogeneous agents, whether fixed or mobile, manned or unmanned, operating in space, air, ground, surface and underwater, which will be able to interact with people during daily activities.

Thus, our main research challenges include:

  • situation awareness and mission control;
  • cooperative guidance/control and perception;
  • robot-robot and human-robot interaction;
  • environment reconstruction and classification;
  • embedded real-time platforms;
  • good experimental methodologies.

ISSIA’s fleet of marine-maritime and ground-indoor robots is constituted by self-developed prototype vehicles,
customized commercial robotic vehicles and manipulators.

Modeling & identification
Defining a practical model of the vehicle is crucial to the design and implementation of the basic navigation, guidance and control system. Practical basically stands for consistent, from the point of view of the degree of accuracy, with the quality in terms of noise and sampling rate of the measurements provided by the sensors available the vehicle itself.  Conventional steady-state and transient manoeuvres have been designed and applied to unmanned marine vehicles, both on the surface and underwater, for model definition and system dynamics identification. Self-oscillation manoeuvres have been applied for fast parameter identification too.

Unmanned vehicles are required to automatically follow generic shaped paths with very high precision (up to a few centimetres). Practical and rigorous theoretical approaches have been developed and tested for performing straight line and generic path following with the desired performances. It is worth noting that the so-called path-following problem is faced where the vehicle has to follow a planar path without temporal constraints, rather than trajectory tracking, defined as requiring the robot to follow a time-parametrised reference curve.

The problem of cooperative guidance of multiple unmanned vehicles was theoretically addressed and the proposed approaches, exploiting the concept of virtual target following, were experimentally validated using the Charlie and ALANIS USVs as well as CART I (SHARK) and CART II USSVs.

The problem of real-time reconstruction of a mosaic of the sea floor is addressed relying on a simultaneous localization and mapping (SLAM) framework. The resulting mosaic is the combination of a set of local mosaics constructed in the vicinity of the SLAM visual landmarks. The camera/vehicle speed is estimated by applying motion from structure algorithms to image features characterised by high local variance.

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES AND NETWORK INFRASTRUCTURES

Starting from the early 90’s, CNR ISSIA has played a primary role in the field of Information Technologies and Computational Sciences, creating valuable expertise in communication infrastructures, computing facilities, network security, Internet based services, and, more broadly, net-centric technologies.

With a demanding community of over a thousand users, ISSIA is constantly involved in state-of-the-art technologies which are at the core of the computer communication services it provides and is  an active player in cutting-edge internet technologies (Unified Communications, Authorization and Authentication Infrastructures, Internet oh Things, Large scale infrastructures and so on).

Nowadays ISSIA manages a large scale networking infrastructure serving approximately a hundred users located in over 40 sites, providing both basic services (e.g. connectivity, email, web, dns, distribution lists, directory services, databases, videoconferencing, …) and advanced services (e.g. collaboration platforms, unified communication, network intrusion detection, document management systems, quality of service management, authorization and authentication infrastructures).

ISSIA is also a member of the Computer Emergency Response Team for the Italian Academic nation-wide network.

TELECOMMUNICATION APPLICATIONS FOR COMPLEX AND INTELLIGENT SYSTEMS

The main objective of this research activity is to study emerging network technologies to develop cutting edge solutions for the enhancement of intelligent and complex systems. Besides, it also aims at evaluating a network as a complex system per se. Within this framework, we identify four main core research areas, mostly using overlapping results and methodologies.

Specifically:

i) development of new algorithms and frameworks based on the peer-to-peer communication paradigm to enhance the performance of pre-existent Internet-services, as well as to “port” an application over new scenarios (e.g., vehicle-to-vehicle);

ii) traffic analysis of Web-based applications and those exploiting emerging technologies or standards (e.g., voice-assisted services, and IPv6), as well as the quantification of impacts of wireless links and mobility, especially in satellite environments;

iii) with the advent of Online Social Networks (OSN) and Internet of Things (IoT), privacy and security risks are becoming significant. Thus, part of our research is explicitly aimed at evaluating hazards in social applications, and possible contact points between technology and social aspects, from a security viewpoint;

iv) investigation into reducing consumption of network-based infrastructure, with emphasis on security-related operations.

Besides, we also focus on technology transfer, standardization and management of production quality / complex network scenarios. Therefore considerable effort is also devoted to: i) participation in the standardization process, mainly in the field of IPv6, P2P and Network Complexity, and ii) Planning/Metering/ Management activities for managing portions of the network infrastructure of the National Research Council. These duties are also performed in order to obtain a realistic testbed for data gathering and development of new models and techniques, as well as for their validation.

RELATED PROJECTS

MAVIS

19/09/2016

S3-CAV

11/05/2016

selfB

25/09/2015

UVASS

UVASS

25/05/2015

CADDY – Cognitive Autonomous Diving budDY

CADDY – Cognitive Autonomous Diving budDY

10/02/2014

Marine robotic system of self-organizing, logically linked physical nodes

Marine robotic system of self-organizing, logically linked physical nodes

06/02/2014

MARIS: Marine Autonomous Robotics for InterventionS

MARIS: Marine Autonomous Robotics for InterventionS

04/02/2014

POLE – towards Persistent and autonomous monitoring…

POLE – towards Persistent and autonomous monitoring…

30/01/2014

BAITAH – “Methodology and Instruments  of Building…

BAITAH – “Methodology and Instruments of Building…

24/01/2014

RITMARE – The Italian Research for the sea

RITMARE – The Italian Research for the sea

18/01/2014

CART – Cooperative Autonomous Robotic Towing system

CART – Cooperative Autonomous Robotic Towing system

25/12/2013

QUAD-AV  Ambient Awareness for Autonomous Agricultural Vehicles

QUAD-AV Ambient Awareness for Autonomous Agricultural Vehicles

20/12/2013

MINOAS – …Marine INspection rObotic Assistant System

MINOAS – …Marine INspection rObotic Assistant System

15/12/2013

ROBOTICS

  1. Rosalia Maglietta; Annalisa Milella; Massimo Caccia; Gabriele Bruzzone

    A vision-based system for robotic inspection of marine vessels, Signal, Image and Video Processing, 2017

  2. G. Reina; A. Milella; R. Galati

    Terrain assessment for precision agriculture using vehicle dynamic modelling, Biosystems Engineering, Vol. 162, pp. 124-139,2017

  3. V. Scilimati, A. Petitti, P. Boccadoro, R. Colella, D. Di Paola, A. Milella, L. A. Grieco

    Industrial Internet of Things at work: a case study analysis in Robotic-aided environmental monitoring, IET Wireless Sensor Systems, Vol. 7, Issue 5, September 2017

  4. Zappalà G., Bruzzone G., Azzaro M., Caruso G.

    New advanced technology devices for operational oceanography in extreme conditions, International Journal of Sustainable Development and Planning, Vol. 12, No. 1, 2017

  5. G. Reina; A. Milella; R. Worst

    LIDAR and stereo combination for traversability assessment of Off-Road Robotic Vehicles, Robotica, Vol. 34, No. 12, pp. 2823-2841, 2016

  6. Zappalà G., Bruzzone G., Caruso G., Azzaro M.

    Development of an automatic sampler for extreme polar environments: first in situ application in Svalbard Islands, Rendiconti lincei. Scienze fisiche e naturali, Springer Verlag, 2016

  7. A. Petitti, D. Di Paola, A. Milella, A. Lorusso, R. Colella, G. Attolico, and M. Caccia

    A Network of Stationary Sensors and Mobile Robots for Distributed Ambient Intelligence, IEEE Intelligent Systems, March 2016

  8. Luca Caviglione, Mauro Gaggero, Jean-Frannois Lalande, Wojciech Mazurczyk, Marcin Urbanski

    "Seeing the unseen: revealing mobile malware hidden communications via energy consumption and artificial intelligence", IEEE transactions on information forensics and security, Vol. 11, No. 4, 2016

  9. Giulio Reina, Annalisa Milella, Raphaël Rouveure, Michael Nielsen, Rainer Worst, Morten R. Blasf

    "Ambient awareness for agricultural robotic vehicles", Biosystems engineering, January 2016

  10. Bibuli, M.; Bruzzone, G.; Caccia, M.; Gasparri, A.; Priolo, A.; Zereik, E.

    Swarm-based path-following for cooperative unmanned surface vehicles, Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers. Proceedings part M, Journal of engineering for the maritime environment, Vol. 228, No. 2, 2014

  11. Eich, Markus; Bonnin-Pascual, Francisco; Garcia-Fidalgo, Emilio; Ortiz, Alberto; Bruzzone, Gabriele; Koveos, Yannis; Kirchner, Frank

    A Robot Application for Marine Vessel Inspection, Journal of field robotics, Vol. 31, No. 2, 2014

  12. A. Milella and G. Reina

    Adaptive Multi-sensor Perception for Driving Automation in Outdoor Contexts, International Journal of Advanced Robotic Systems, Vol. 11, No. 135,2014

  13. M. Bibuli, G. Bruzzone, M. Caccia, A. Gasparri, A. Priolo and E. Zereik

    Swarm based path-following for cooperative unmanned surface vehicles, Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part M: Journal of Engineering for the Maritime Environment, January 2014

  14. A. Milella; G. Reina; J. Underwood; B. Douillard

    Visual Ground Segmentation by Radar Supervision, in Robotics and autonomous systems (Print), Vol. 62, No. 5, 2014

  15. A. Milella, G. Reina, J. Underwood

    A Self-Learning Framework for Statistical Ground Classification using Radar and Monocular Vision, in Journal of field robotics, in press.

  16. A. Milella, G. Reina

    3D Reconstruction and Classification of Natural Environments by an Autonomous Vehicle Using Multi-Baseline Stereo, Intelligent service robotics, Springer, Vol. 7, No. 2, 2014

  17. E. ZEREIK

    “Space Robotics Supporting Exploration Missions: Vision, Force Control and Coordination Strategies”. Series: Space Science, Exploration and Policies. Nova Science Publishers, April 2013. ISBN: 978-1-62417-894-8.

  18. G. Casalino, E. Zereik, E. Simetti, A. Turetta, S. Torelli and A. Sperindé

    Planetary Rover Navigation: Improving Visual Odometry via Additional Images and Multi-sensor Fusion”, Progress in Flight Dynamics, GNC and Avionics, vol. 6, pp. 97–120. EDP Sciences, 2013. doi: 10.1051/eucass/201306097

  19. A. Merlo, A. Biggio, G. Casalino and E. Zereik

    "Test Bench for Robotics and Autonomy: Overview and Test Results”, Journal of Mechanics Engineering and Automation, vol. 3, pp. 378–386, June 2013

  20. Bibuli, M.; Caccia, M.; Lapierre, L.; Bruzzone, G.

    Guidance of Unmanned Surface Vehicles Experiments in Vehicle Following, IEEE robotics & automation magazine, Vol. 19, No. 3, 2012

  21. M. Bibuli, M. Caccia, L. Lapierre, G. Bruzzone

    “Guidance of Unmanned Surface Vehicles - Experiments in Vehicle Following”, IEEE Robotics and Automation Magazine, Vol. 19, N. 3, Pag. 92-102, ISSN 1070-9932, September 2012

  22. G. Cicirelli, A. Milella, D. Di Paola

    RFID Tag Localization by using Adaptive Neuro-Fuzzy Inference for Mobile Robot Applications, Industrial robot, Vol. 39, No. 4, 2012

  23. F. Ferreira, G. Veruggio, M. Caccia, G. Bruzzone

    Real-time optical SLAM-based mosaicking for unmanned underwater vehicles, Intelligent service robotics, Vol. 5, No.1, 2012

  24. G. Reina; A. Milella; J. Underwood

    Self-learning Classification of Radar Features for Scene Understanding, Robotics and autonomous systems, Vol. 60, No. 11, 2012

  25. G. Reina; A. Milella

    Towards Autonomous Agriculture: Automatic Ground Detection Using Trinocular Stereovision, Sensors (Basel) Molecular Diversity Preservation International (MDPI), Vol. 12, 2012

  26. N. Mišković, Z. Vukić, M. Bibuli, G. Bruzzone, M. Caccia

    “Fast in-field identification of unmanned marine vehicles”, Journal of Field Robotics, Vol. 8, N. 1, Pag 101-120, DOI: 10.1002/rob.20374, January/February, 2011

  27. E. Zereik, D. Ducco, F. Frassinelli and G. Casalino

    “A Study on Planetary Visual Odometry Optimization: Time Constraints and Reliability”, Journal of Computer Technology and Application, vol. 2, pp. 378–388, May 2011

  28. G. Bruzzone, M. Bibuli, M. Caccia

    "Towards coastal operations with Unmanned Surface Vehicles: the Charlie experience", Sea Technology Magazine, Vol. 52, N. 7, Pag. 46-49, July, 2011

  29. M. Caccia, M. Bibuli, G. Bruzzone

    "Unmanned Surface Vehicles for Coastal and Harbour Monitoring: the CNR Experience", Volume "Mare", CNR - DTA, 2011

  30. E. Simetti, E. Zereik, A. Sperindé, S. Torelli, D. Ducco, F. Frassinelli, A. Turetta and G. Casalino

    “A new software architecture for developing and testing algorithms for space exploration missions”, Intelligent Service Robotics, vol. 4, pp. 135–146, 2011

  31. E. Zereik, A. Sorbara, A. Merlo, E. Simetti, G. Casalino and F. Didot

    “Space robotics supporting exploration missions: vision, force control and coordination strategy for crew assistants”. Intelligent Service Robotics, vol. 4, pp. 39–60, 2011

  32. Bruzzone, G.; Bibuli, M.; Caccia, M.

    Improving Coastal Operations With Unmanned Surface Vehicles Charlie USV Overcomes Common Problems By Utilizing Dual-Communications System, Acoustic Integration, Mission Control, Sea technology, Vol.52, No.7, 2011

  33. D. Di Paola; A. Milella; G. Cicirelli; A. Distante

    An Autonomous Mobile Robotic System for Surveillance of Indoor Environments, International Journal of Advanced Robotic Systems, Vol. 7, No 1, 2010

  34. D. Di Paola, D. Naso, A. Milella, G. Cicirelli, A. Distante

    “Multi-Sensor Surveillance of Indoor Environments by an Autonomous Mobile Robot”, (IJISTA) International Journal of Intelligent Systems Technologies and Applications, vol. 8, No. 1-4, 2010, ISSN 1740-8865

  35. Bruzzone G.; Caccia M.; Ravera G.; Bertone A.

    Standard Linux for embedded real-time robotics and manufacturing control systems, Robotics and computer-integrated manufacturing, Vol. 25, No. 1, 2009

  36. D. Di Paola; D. Naso; B. Turchiano; G. Cicirelli; A. Distante

    Matrix-based Discrete Event Control for Surveillance Mobile Robotics, Journal of intelligent & robotic systems, Vol. 56, 2009

  37. M. Caccia, M. Bibuli, G. Bruzzone

    “Aluminium Autonomous Navigator for Intelligent Sampling - the ALANIS Project”, Sea Technology, Vol. 50, Nr. 2, Pag. 63-66, February 2009

  38. M. Bibuli, G. Bruzzone, M. Caccia, L. Lapierre

    “Path following algorithms and experiments for an unmanned surface vehicle”, Journal of Field Robotics, DOI: 10.1002/rob.20303, Vol. 26, Issue 8, Pag. 669-688, August 2009

  39. M. Caccia, M. Bibuli, R. Bono, G. Bruzzone

    “Basic navigation, guidance and control of an Unmanned Surface Vehicle”, Autonomous Robots, DOI: 10.1007/s10514-008-9100-0, Vol. 25, Nr. 4, Pag. 349-365, November 2008

COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY

  1. Cardaci A.; Caviglione L.; Ferro E.; Gotta A.

    Using SPDY to improve Web 2.0 over satellite links, International Journal of Satellite Communications and Networking, Vol. 35, Issue 4, 2017

  2. L. Caviglione, M. Podolski, W. Mazurczyk, M. Ianigro

    Covert Channels in Personal Cloud Storage Services: the case of Dropbox, IEEE Transactions on Industrial Informatics, Vol. 13, No. 4, 2017

  3. S. Wendzel, L. Caviglione, W. Mazurczyk, J-F. Lalande

    Network Information Hiding and Science 2.0: Can it be a Match?, International Journal of Electronics and Telecommunications, Vol. 63, No. 2, 2017

  4. M. Urbanski, W. Mazurczyk, J. F. Lalande, L. Caviglione

    Detecting local covert channels using process activity correlation on android smartphones, Computer Systems Science and Engineering, Vol. 32, No. 2, 2017

  5. L. Caviglione; M. Gaggero; J.-F. Lalande; W. Mazurczyk

    Understanding information hiding to secure communications and to prevent exfiltration of mobile data, Adaptive Mobile Computing: Advances in Processing Mobile Data Sets, ELSEVIER NY, 2017

  6. L. Caviglione; M. Gaggero; E. Cambiaso; M. Aiello

    Measuring the energy consumption of cyber security, IEEE Communications Magazine, Vol. 55, No. 7, pp. 58-63 2017

  7. Cardaci A.; Caviglione L.; Ferro E.; Gotta A.

    Using SPDY to improve Web 2.0 over satellite links, International journal of satellite communications and networking, 2016

  8. S. Manca, L. Caviglione, J. E. Raffaghelli

    Big data for social media learning analytics: potentials and challenges, Journal of E-Learning and Knowledge Society, Vol. 12, No. 2, 2016

  9. Luca Caviglione, Mauro Gaggero, Jean-Frannois Lalande, Wojciech Mazurczyk, Marcin Urbanski

    "Seeing the unseen: revealing mobile malware hidden communications via energy consumption and artificial intelligence", IEEE transactions on information forensics and security, Vol. 11, No. 4, 2016

  10. Gaggero M.; Caviglione L.

    Predictive control for energy-aware consolidation in cloud datacenters, IEEE transactions on control systems technology, Vol.24, No.2, 2016

  11. Luca Caviglione, Wojciech Mazurczyk

    Understanding Information Hiding in iOS, Computer, Vol. 1, 2015

  12. Luca Caviglione, Wojciech Mazurczyk

    Steganography in Modern Smartphones and Mitigation Techniques, IEEE Communications surveys and tutorials, 2014

  13. Caviglione L., Gotta A.

    Characterizing SPDY over high latency satellite channels, ICST Transactions on Mobile Communications and Applications, Vol. 14, No. 5, 2014

  14. Caviglione, L.; Coccoli, M.; Merlo, A.

    A taxonomy-based model of security and privacy in online social networks, International journal of computational science and engineering , Vol. 9, No. 4, 2014

  15. Caviglione, Luca

    Extending HTTP models to Web 2.0 applications: The case of online social networks, International journal of computational science and engineering, Vo.8, No.. 3, 2013

  16. Luca Caviglione

    A First Look at the Traffic of Siri, Transactions on Emerging Telecommunications Technologies, 2013

  17. Caviglione L.; Merlo A.

    The energy impact of security mechanisms in modern mobile devices, Network security, Vol. 2012, No. 1, February 2012

  18. L. Caviglione, A. Merlo, M. Migliardi

    Green-Aware Security: Towards a new Research Field, Journal of information assurance and security, Vol. 7, 2012

  19. Luca Caviglione, Mauro Coccoli

    Design of a Software Framework for the Management and Personalization of Contents in Smart Museums, International Journal of Software Engineering, Vol. 5, No. 2 , 2012

  20. Caviglione, L.; Coccoli, M.

    Privacy problems with Web 2.0, Computer fraud & security, 2011

  21. L. Caviglione and C. Cervellera

    An Optimized Content Replication and Distribution Framework for Vehicular Networks, Journal of Intelligent Transportation Systems, vol. 15, no. 4, pp. 179-192, 2011

  22. L. Caviglione and C. Cervellera

    Design, Optimization and Performance Evaluation of a Content Distribution Overlay for Streaming, Computer Communications, vol. 34, no. 2, pp. 1497-1509, 2011

  23. L. Caviglione

    A Simple Neural Framework for Bandwidth Reservation of VoIP Communications in Cost-Effective Devices, IEEE Transactions on consumer electronics, Vol. 56, No. 3, 2010

  24. C. Cervellera and L. Caviglione

    Optimization of a peer-to-peer system for efficient content replication, European Journal of Operational Research, vol. 196, no.2, pp. 423-433, 2009

  25. L. Caviglione; F. Davoli

    Using P2P Overlays to Provide QoS in Service-Oriented Wireless Networks, IEEE Wireless communications, Vol. 16, No. 4, 2009

  26. Luca Caviglione

    Enabling Cooperation of Consumer Devices Through Peer-to-Peer Overlays, IEEE Transactions on consumer electronics, Vol. 55, No. 2, 2009

  27. Luca Caviglione

    Understanding and Exploiting the Reverse Patterns of Peer-to-Peer File- Sharing Applications, ??

ROBOTICS

  1. S. Rilling; M. Nielsen; A. Milella; C. Jestel; P. Frohlich; G. Reina

    A Multisensor Platform for Comprehensive Detection of Crop Status: Results from two Case Studies, IEEE AVSS-ITEM Workshop, August 29, 2017, Lecce, Italy

  2. D. Di Paola, M. Gaggero, A. Petitti, L. Caviglione

    Optimal control of time instants for task replanning in robotic networks, Proceedings of the American Control Conference, Boston (USA), 6-8 July 2016

  3. G. Zappalà, G. Bruzzone, M. Azzaro, G. Caruso

    New advanced technology devices for operational oceanography in extreme conditions, 13th International Conference on Modelling, Monitoring and Management of Water Pollution, San Servolo (Venezia), June 27-29, 2016

  4. Bruzzone G., Odetti A., Azzaro M., Caruso G., Zappalà G.

    Water sampling in the front of glaciers in the Kongsfjorden by means of an unmanned surface vehicle, Remote Controlled and Autonomous Measurement Platforms (ReCAMP) Flagship Workshop, Tromso (Norway), April, 5-6, 2016

  5. G. Reina, A. Milella, R. Rouveure

    (2015) "Traversability Analysis for Off-Road Vehicles using Stereo and Radar Data", IEEE International Conference on Industrial Technology, Seville, Spain, March 17-19, 2015

  6. E. Zereik, M. Bibuli, G. Bruzzone, F. Gagliardi, F. Bonsignorio

    "Motion planning in the belief space for compliant behaviour of a diver companion robot", IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Biomimetics (ROBIO 2014), Bali, Indonesia, 5-10 December 2014

  7. E. Saggini, E. Zereik, M. Bibuli, G. Bruzzone, M. Caccia and E. Riccomagno

    (2014) “Performance Indices for Evaluation and Comparison of Unmanned Marine Vehicles' Guidance Systems”, 19th IFAC World Congress, Cape Town, South Africa, August 2014

  8. M. Bibuli, W. Caharija, K. Y. Pettersen, G. Bruzzone, M. Caccia and E. Zereik

    (2014) “ILOS Guidance - Experiments and Tuning”, 19th IFAC World Congress, Cape Town, South Africa, August 2014

  9. E. Fumagalli, M. Bibuli, M. Caccia, E. Zereik, F. Del Bianco, L. Gasperini, G. Stanghellini and G. Bruzzone

    (2014) “Combined Acoustic and Video Characterization of Coastal Environment by means of Unmanned Surface Vehicles”, 19th IFAC World Congress, Cape Town, South Africa, August 2014

  10. A. Petitti, D. Di Paola, A. Milella, P. Mazzeo, P. Spagnolo, G. Cicirelli, and G. Attolico

    (2014) “A Distributed Cooperative Architecture for Robotic Networks with Application to Ambient Intelligence”, Workshop on Activity Monitoring by multiple distributed sensing (AMMDS2014), Stockolm, Sweden, August 24, 2014

  11. C. Patruno, R. Marani, M. Nitti, T. D’Orazio and E. Stella

    “Design of a Low-Cost Vision System for Laser Profilometry Aiding Smart Vehicles Movement” in International Conference on Intelligent Autonomous Systems (IAS 13), Padua, July, 15-19, 2014

  12. Saggini, E.; Torrente, M. L.; Riccomagno, E.; Bibuli, M.; Bruzzone, G.; Caccia, M.; Zereik, E.

    Assessing path-following performance for Unmanned Marine Vehicles with algorithms from numerical commutative algebra in 22nd IEEE Mediterranean Conference on Control and Automation (MED), Palermo, Italy, June 2014

  13. Bibuli M.; Bruzzone G.; Caccia M.; Lapierre L.; Zereik E.

    "A collision avoidance algorithm based on the virtual target approach for cooperative unmanned surface vehicles" in 22nd IEEE Mediterranean Conference on Control and Automation (MED), Palermo, Italy, June 2014

  14. E. Saggini, M. Torrente, E. Riccomagno, M. Bibuli, G. Bruzzone, M. Caccia, E. Zereik

    (2014) "A new performance criterion for Unmanned Surface Vehicles based polynomial approximation and Crossing Cell algorithm", Accepted for the 22nd IEEE Mediterranean Conference on Control and Automation (MED), Palermo (Italy), June 16-19, 2014

  15. M. Bibuli, Ga. Bruzzone M. Caccia, E. ZEREIK, Gi. Bruzzone, M. Giacopelli, E. Spirandelli

    (2014) “Final Results and Exploitation of the Cooperative Autonomous Robotic Towing System for Emergency Ship Towing Operations Support”, Proc. of the 13th Conference on Computer Applications and Information Technology in the Maritime Industries, Redworth (UK), May 12-14, 2014

  16. M. Bibuli, G. Bruzzone, M. Caccia, E. Fumagalli, E. Saggini, E. Zereik, E. Buttaro, C. Caporale and R. Ivaldi

    (2014) “Unmanned Surface Vehicles for Automatic Bathymetry Mapping and Shores’ Maintenance”. In Proc. of the MTS/IEEE Oceans'14 Conference, April 2014, Taipei (Taiwan)

  17. E. Zereik, M. Bibuli, M. Caccia and G. Bruzzone

    (2013) “Cooperative path-following in a moving path reference framework for autonomous marine vehicles”, 21st IEEE Mediterranean Conference on Control & Automation (MED), 2013, pp. 1274–1279, 2013

  18. Ga. Bruzzone, M. Bibuli, M. Caccia, E. Zereik, Gi. Bruzzone, M. Giacopelli, E. Spirandelli

    (2013) “Cooperative Autonomous Robotic Towing System – Exploitation of Autonomous Marine Vehicles in Emergency Towing Procedures”, Proc. of the 12th Conference on Computer Applications and Information Technology in the Maritime Industries, Cortona (Italy), April 15-17, 2013

  19. M. Bibuli, G. Bruzzone, M. Caccia, A. Gasparri, A. Priolo and E. Zereik

    (2013) “Speed constraints handling in USV swarm path-following frameworks”, 9th IFAC Conference on Control Applications in Marine Systems (CAMS) 2013, Osaka, Japan, 2013

  20. F. Ferreira, G. Veruggio, M. Caccia, E. Zereik, and G. Bruzzone

    (2013) “A real-time mosaicking algorithm using binary features for ROVs”, 21st IEEE Mediterranean Conference on Control & Automation (MED), 2013, pp. 1267–1273, 2013

  21. E. Zereik, M. Bibuli, G. Bruzzone and M. Caccia

    (2013) “Jacobian task priority-based approach for path following of unmanned surface vehicles”, 9th IFAC Conference on Control Applications in Marine Systems (CAMS) 2013, Osaka, Japan, 2013

  22. G. Bruzzone, M. Bibuli, M. Caccia and E. Zereik

    (2013) “Cooperative robotic maneuvers for emergency ship towing operations”, MTS/IEEE OCEANS-Bergen 2013, pp. 1–7, Bergen, Norway, 2013

  23. Petitti, A., Di Paola, D., Milella, A., Mazzeo, P.L., Spagnolo, P., Cicirelli, G., Attolico, G.

    (2013) A Distributed Heterogeneous Sensor Network for Tracking and Monitoring, in The 1st Workshop on Activity monitoring by multiple distributed sensing (AMMDS), 10th IEEE international conference on advanced video and signal-based surveillance (AVSS 2013), Krakow, Poland, August 27, 2013

  24. A. Milella, G. Reina, M. Foglia

    (2013) A Multi-Baseline Stereo System for Scene Segmentation in Natural Environments, in International Conference on Technologies for Practical Robot Applications, Woburn, MA, USA, April 22-23, 2013

  25. G. Reina, A. Milella, W. Halft, R. Worst

    (2013) LIDAR and Stereo Imagery Integration for Safe Navigation in Outdoor Settings, in 11th IEEE International Symposium on Safety Security and Rescue Robotics, Linkoping, Sweden, 21-26 October 2013

  26. F. Ferreira, M. Bibuli, M. Caccia, G. Bruzzone, G. Bruzzone

    (2012) "Enhancing autonomous capabilities and human-robot interaction for Unmanned Surface Vehicles", Proc. of the 20th IEEE Mediterranean Conference on Control and Automation (MED), Barcelona (Spain), July 3-6, 2012

  27. S.M. Zanoli, G. Astolfi, G. Bruzzone, M. Bibuli, M. Caccia

    (2012) “Application of Fault Detection and Isolation Techniques on an Unmanned Surface Vehicle (USV)”, Proc. of IFAC 9th Conference on Manoeuvring and Control of Marine Craft (MCMC'2012), Arenzano, Italy, September 19-21, 2012

  28. M. Bibuli, A. Gasparri, A. Priolo, G. Bruzzone, M. Caccia

    (2012) “Virtual Target based Path-Following Guidance System for Cooperative USV Swarms”, Proc. of IFAC 9th Conference on Manoeuvring and Control of Marine Craft (MCMC'2012), Arenzano, Italy, September 19-21, 2012

  29. G. Reina; A. Milella; J. Underwood

    (2012) A Self-Learning Ground Classifier using Radar Features, in International Conference on Field and Service Robotics, Matsushima, Miyagi, Japan, July 16-19, 2012

  30. G. Casalino, E. Zereik, E. Simetti, S. Torelli, A. Sperindé and A. Turetta

    (2012) “Agility for Underwater Floating Manipulation: Task & Subsystem Priority Based Control Strategy”, IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS) 2012, pp. 1772–1779, Algarve, Portugal, 2012

  31. M. Bibuli, Ga. Bruzzone, Gi. Bruzzone, M. Caccia, M. Giacopelli, A. Petitti, E. Spirandelli

    (2012) "MARC: Magnetic Autonomous Robotic Crawler Development and Exploitation in the MINOAS Project", Proc. of the 11th Conference on Computer Applications and Information Technology in Maritime Industries (COMPIT), Liege (Belgium), April 16-18, 2012

  32. M. Bibuli, G. Bruzzone, M. Caccia, G. Ippoliti, S. Longhi, G. Orlando, G.M. Pelusi

    (2012) “Discrete-time Sliding Mode Control for Guidance of an Unmanned Surface Vehicle”, Proc. of IFAC 9th Conference on Manoeuvring and Control of Marine Craft (MCMC'2012), Arenzano, Italy, September 19-21, 2012

  33. G. Casalino, E. Zereik, E. Simetti, S. Torelli, A. Sperindé and A. Turetta

    (2012) “A task & subsystem priority based control strategy for underwater floating manipulators”, IFAC Workshop on Navigation, Guidance and Control of Underwater Vehicles (NGCUV) 2012, Porto, Portugal, 2012

  34. G. Casalino, E. Zereik, E. Simetti, S. Torelli, A. Sperindé and A. Turetta

    (2012) “Development and implementation of algorithms for advanced rover guidance navigation and control”, 63rd International Astronautical Congress 2012, Naples, Italy, 2012

  35. G. Casalino, E. Zereik, E. Simetti, S. Torelli, A. Sperindé and A. Turetta

    (2012) “A Task Priority and Dynamic Programming Based Approach to Agile Underwater Floating Manipulation”, 9th IFAC Conference on Manoeuvring and Control of Marine Craft (MCMC) 2012, Genoa, Italy, 2012

  36. F. Ferreira, M. Bibuli, M. Caccia, Ga. Bruzzone, Gi. Bruzzone

    (2012) "Enhancing autonomous capabilities and human-robot interaction for Unmanned Surface Vehicles", Proc. of the 20th IEEE Mediterranean Conference on Control and Automation (MED), Barcelona (Spain), July 3-6, 2012

  37. Giulio Reina; Annalisa Milella; James Underwood

    (2012) Radar-Vision Integration for Self-Supervised Scene Segmentation, in 2012 RSS Workshop "Beyond Laser and Vision: Alternative Sensing Techniques for Robotic Perception", University of Sydney, Australia, July 11-12, 2012

  38. Rouveure R; Nielsen M; Petersen A; Reina G; Foglia M; Worst R; Seyed-Sadri S; Blas M; Faure P; Milella A; Lykkegård K

    (2012) The QUAD-AV Project: multi-sensory approach for obstacle detection in agricultural autonomous robotics, in Internationa Conference of Agricultural Engineering, CIGR-AgEng2012, VALENCIA, 8-12 JULY 2012

  39. M. Caccia, M. Bibuli, G. Bruzzone, V. Djapic, S. Fioravanti, A. Grati

    (2011) "Modular USV and payload design for advanced capabilities in marine security applications", Proc. of the 19th IEEE Mediterranean Conference on Control and Automation (MED), Corfu (Greece), June 20-23, 2011

  40. D. Di Paola, A. Milella, G. Cicirelli

    (2011) An Experimental Testbed for Robotic Network Applications, in AMiRE 2011: 6th International Symposium on Autonomous Minirobots for Research and Edutainment, Bielefeld

  41. Milella A., Reina G., Underwood J., Douillard B.

    (2011) Combining Radar and Vision for Self-Supervised Ground Segmentation in Outdoor Environments, in IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems, San Francisco

  42. A. Petitti, D. Di Paola, A. Rizzo, G. Cicirelli

    (2011) Consensus-based Distributed Estimation for Target Tracking in Heterogeneous Sensor Networks, in 50th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control and European Control Conference, Orlando, Florida

  43. A. Petitti, D. Di Paola, A. Rizzo, G. Cicirelli

    (2011) Distributed Target Tracking for Sensor Networks with Only Local Communication, in The 19th Mediterranean Conference on Control and Automation, Corfù

  44. E. Zereik, A. Biggio, A. Merlo and G. Casalino

    (2011) “Effective perception capability for a planetary exploration rover via stereo vision and data fusion”, European Conference for Aero-Space Sciences (EUCASS) 2011, St. Petersburg, Russia, 2011

  45. G. Casalino, E. Zereik, E. Simetti, A. Turetta, S. Torelli and A. Sperindé

    (2011) “Improving visual odometry performances via additional image processing and multi-sensor integration”, Symposium on Advanced Space Technologies in Robotics and Automation (ASTRA) 2011, Noordwijk, The Netherlands, 2011

  46. M. Bibuli, G. Bruzzone, M. Caccia, T. Vögele, M. Eich, A. Ortiz, L. Drikos

    (2011) "MINOAS Project: Localization, Task Allocation and Path-Planning Architecture System", Proc. of the 10th Conference on Computer Applications and Information Technology in Maritime Industries (COMPIT), Berlin (Germany), May 2-4, 2011

  47. A. Merlo, A. Biggio, G. Casalino and E. Zereik

    (2011) “Test bench for robotics and autonomy overview and test results”, Symposium on Advanced Space Technologies in Robotics and Automation (ASTRA) 2011, Noordwijk, The Netherlands, 2011

  48. M. Bibuli, G. Bruzzone, M. Caccia

    (2011) "Robot task allocation and path-planning systems in the MINOAS project framework", Proc. of the 19th IEEE Mediterranean Conference on Control and Automation (MED), Corfu (Greece), June 20-23, 2011

  49. M. Bibuli, G. Bruzzone, M. Caccia, A. Ortiz, T. Vögele, M. Eich, L. Drikos, Y. Koveos, E. Kolyvas, F. Spadoni, A. Vergine, K. Tanneberger, A. Todorova, I. Gaviotis, V.Apostolopoulou

    (2011) "The MINOAS project: Marine INspection rObotic Assistant System", Proc. of the 19th IEEE Mediterranean Conference on Control and Automation (MED), Corfu (Greece), June 20-23, 2011

  50. E. Zereik, A. Biggio, A. Merlo and G. Casalino

    (2011) “Vision-based perception and sensor data integration for a planetary exploration rover”, Symposium on Advanced Space Technologies in Robotics and Automation (ASTRA) 2011, Noordwijk, The Netherlands, 2011

  51. G. Casalino, E. Zereik, E. Simetti, A. Turetta, S. Torelli and A. Sperindé

    (2011) “Planetary Rover Navigation via Visual Odometry: Performance Improvement Using Additional Image Processing and Multi-sensor Integration”, European Conference for Aerospace Sciences (EUCASS) 2011, St. Petersburg, Russia, 2011

  52. M. Caccia, M. Bibuli, Gi. Bruzzone, Ga. Bruzzone

    (2011) "Integration of acoustic devices on small USVs: the Charlie experience", Proc. of the 19th IEEE Mediterranean Conference on Control and Automation (MED), Corfu (Greece), June 20-23, 2011

  53. G. Bruzzone, M. Bibuli, M. Caccia

    (2011) "Autonomous Mine Hunting Mission for the Charlie USV", Proc. of the MTS/IEEE Oceans 2011, Santander (Spain), June 6-9, 2011

  54. G. Cicirelli, A. Milella, D. Di Paola

    (2011) Supervised Learning of RFID Sensor Model using a Mobile Robot, IEEE International Conference on RFID-Technologies and Applications, Sitges, Barcelona, Spain, September 15-16, 2011

  55. L. Lapierre, R. Zapata, M. Bibuli

    (2010) "Guidance of a flotilla of wheeled robots: a practical solution", Proc. of the 7th IFAC Symposium on Intelligent Autonomous Vehicles (IAV), Lecce (Italy), September 6-8, 2010

  56. E. Zereik, A. Sorbara, A. Merlo, G. Casalino and F. Didot

    (2010) “Eva Crew Assistant Supporting Astronauts in Space Missions: Autonomy and Cooperation”, International Symposium on Artificial Intelligence, Robotics and Automation in Space (i-SAIRAS) 2010, Sapporo, Japan, 2010

  57. M. Bibuli, G. Bruzzone, M. Caccia, A. Caiti, N. Di Lecce

    (2010) “A Sliding Mode Based Guidance System for Vehicle-Following Operations”, Proc. of IFAC Conference on Control Applications in Marine Systems (CAMS), Rostock (Germany), September 15-17, 2010

  58. E. Zereik, D. Ducco, F. Frassinelli and G. Casalino

    (2010) “A study on planetary visual odometry optimization: Time constraints and reliability”, International Symposium on Artificial Intelligence, Robotics and Automation in Space (i-SAIRAS) 2010, Sapporo, Japan, 2010

  59. E. Zereik, A. Sorbara, A. Merlo, G. Casalino and F. Didot

    (2010) “Robotic Crew Assistant for Exploration Missions: Vision, Force and Coordination Strategies”, IEEE ICRA 2010 Planetary Rovers Workshop, Anchorage, Alaska, USA, 2010

  60. E. Zereik, E. Simetti, A. Sperindé, S. Torelli, F. Frassinelli, D. Ducco and G. Casalino

    (2010) “Rover navigation and visual odometry: a new framework for exploration activities”, IEEE ICRA 2010 Planetary Rovers Workshop, Anchorage, Alaska, USA, 2010

  61. Di Paola D., Naso D., Turchiano B.

    (2010) A Heuristic Approach to Task Assignment and Control for Robotic Networks, in IEEE International Symposium on Industrial Electronics (ISIE), Bari, Italy

  62. A. Milella, D. Di Paola, P. L. Mazzeo, P. Spagnolo, M. Leo, G. Cicirelli, T. D’Orazio

    (2010) Active Surveillance of Dynamic Environments using a Multi-Agent System, in The 7th IFAC Symposium on Intelligent Autonomous Vehicles, Lecce, Italy

  63. Ferreira, F.; Orsenigo, F.; Veruggio, G.; Pavlakis, P.; Caccia, M.; Bruzzone, G.

    (2010) Comparison between feature-based and phase correlation methods for ROV vision-based speed estimation, in 7th Symposium on Intelligent Autonomous Vehicles (IAV 2010), Lecce, Italy, 6-8 September 2010

  64. Ortiz A., Bonnin-Pascual F.,Gibbins A., Bateman W., Apostolopoulou P., Eich M., Spadoni F., Caccia M. and Drikos L.

    (2010) First Steps towards a Roboticized Visual Inspection System for Vessels, in Proc. of the 15th IEEE Int. Conference on Emerging Technologies and Factory Automation, Bilbao

  65. Caccia M., Robino R., Bateman W., Eich M., Ortiz A., Drikos L., Todorova A., Gaviotis I., Spadoni F. and Apostolopoulou V.

    (2010) MINOAS a Marine INspection rObotic Assistant: system requirements and design, in Proc. of the 7th IFAC Symposium on Intelligent Autonomous Vehicles 2010, Lecce, Italy

  66. Bibuli M., Caccia M., Robino R., Bateman W., Vogele T., Ortiz A., Drikos L., Todorova A., Gaviotis I., Spadoni F. and Apostolopoulou V.

    (2010) Robotic Tools to Assist Marine Inspection: The MINOAS Approach, in COMPIT 2010, Gubbio, Italy

  67. Bibuli M., Caccia M. and Lapierre L.

    (2010) Virtual Target Based Coordi- nated Path-Following for Multi-Vehicle Systems, in Proc. of the 8th IFAC Conference on Control Applications in Marine Systems 2010, Rostock

  68. A.A. Zizzari, G. Indiveri, M.Bibuli, G. Bruzzone, M. Caccia

    (2009) “Path Following Guidance Control with Bounded Control Effort: Application to the Charlie Unmanned Surface Vehicle”, Proc. of IFAC 8th Conference on Manoeuvring and Control of Marine Craft (MCMC'2009), Guaruja, Brazil, September 16-18, 2009

  69. M.Bibuli, G. Bruzzone, M. Caccia

    (2009) “Integrated Tele-Operation & Mission Control: preliminary experiments with a small USV”, Proc. of IFAC 8th Conference on Manoeuvring and Control of Marine Craft (MCMC'2009), Guaruja, Brazil, September 16-18, 2009

  70. N. Miskovic, M. Bibuli, M. Caccia , G. Bruzzone, Z. Vukic

    (2009) “Marine Vehicles' Line Following Controller Tuning through Self-Oscillation Experiments”, Proc. of 17th Mediterranean Conference on Control and Automation (MED 2009), June 24-26, 2009

  71. E. Zereik, G. Casalino, A. Sorbara and F. Didot

    (2009) “Autonomous dual-arm mobile manipulator crew assistant for surface operations: force/vision-guided grasping”, 4th IEEE International Conference on Recent Advances in Space Technologies (RAST) 2009, pp. 710–715, Istanbul, Turkey, 2009

  72. A. Milella; D. Di Paola; G. Cicirelli; A. Distante

    (2009) A Fuzzy Logic Approach to Passive RFID for Mobile Robot Applications, in 2009 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems, IROS 2009, St. Louis, MO, USA, 10-15 Oct. 2009

  73. Caccia M.; Bibuli M.; Bono R.; Bruzzone Ga.; Bruzzone Gi.; Spirandelli E.

    (2009) Aluminum hull USV for coastal water and seafloor monitoring, in OCEANS 2009 Conference, Bremen, Germany, May 11-14, 2009

  74. Caccia Massimo; Bibuli Marco; Bono Riccardo; Bruzzone Gabriele; Bruzzone Giorgio; Spirandelli Edoardo

    (2009) Charlie, a Testbed for USV Research, in 8th IFAC International Conference on Manoeuvring and Control of Marine Craft, Guarujà, Brazil, September 16-18, 2009

  75. M. Caccia; G. Bruzzone; F. Ferreira; G. Veruggio

    (2009) Online video mosaicing through SLAM for ROVs, in OCEANS 2009 - EUROPE, Bremen, Germany, 11-14 May 2009

  76. Ferreira F., Caccia M., Veruggio G., Bruzzone G.

    (2009) Online video mosaicing through SLAM for ROVs, in Oceans 2009, Bremen, Germany

  77. A. Milella, D. Di Paola, G. Cicirelli, and T. D’’Orazio

    (2009) RFID Tag Bearing Estimation for Mobile Robot Localization, in The 14th International Conference on Advanced Robotics (ICAR 2009), Munich-Germany

  78. A. Milella, B. Nardelli, D. Di Paola, and G. Cicirelli

    (2009) Robust Feature Detection and Matching for Vehicle Localization in Uncharted Environments, in IROS-2009 Workshop on Planning, Perception and Navigation for Intelligent Vehicles, St. Loius USA

  79. F. Ferreira, G. Veruggio, M. Caccia, G. Bruzzone

    (2009) Speeded up Robust Features for Vision-Based Underwater Motion Estimation and SLAM: Comparison with Correlation-Based Techniques, in MCMC'09, 8th IFAC International Conference on Manoeuvring and Control of Marine Craft, Guarujà, Brasil, 16-18 september 2009

  80. Caccia M., Bibuli M., Bono R., Bruzzone Ga., Bruzzone Gi., Spirandelli E.

    (2009) The ALANIS USV: ALuminum Autonomous Navigator for Intelligent Sampling, in COMPIT 2009, Budapest, Hungary

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