LASR Lab is a robotics facility operated by the Department of Aerospace Engineering at Texas A&M University. The lab conducts research in robotic sensing and control with an aim to enhance the fields of proximity operations, human-robot interaction, stereo vision, swarm robotics, and autonomous aerial vehicles. Project funding comes from AFRL, US Government, NASA, and The Boeing Company.
To learn more about the LASR Lab, please visit their website: lasr.tamu.edu.
- 3 independent positioning systems (1 passive, 2 active) providing sub-mm position knowledge
- Supports multiple vehicles at 100Hz sampling
- Robotic system with omni-directional base motion and 6DOF platform, capable of sub-micron and sub-micro-radian positioning.
- Vision processing algorithms enabling real-time mapping and proximity navigation, rendezvous and docking