Prof David Lane talks at Robotics in Extreme Environments Conference in Birmingham

On 7th October 2015, Professor David Lane, Director of the Edinburgh Centre for Robotics, talked about "Persistently autonomous robots – from invention to innovation and lessons from marine robotics" as a keynote speaker at the "Robotics in Extreme Environments: The fundamentals of developing advanced robotics applications". The Conference was held at the University of Birmingham. Professor David Lane talked about

  • The challenges of operating robots in unstructured, unknown environments
  • Hear about the new approaches to the development of persistent or long-term autonomy
  • Review the current state of the UK Innovation landscape following the publication of the 2014 RAS2020 Strategy guiding UK Government strategic investment

To see the full schedule of the day, please visit: The Institute of Engineering and Technology

Useful Links

Professor David Lane's website

2014 Robotics and Autonomous Systems Strategy

The Institute of Engineering and Technology