Universität Bonn: Autonomous Intelligent Systems Group   Autonomous Intelligent Systems:<br>MBZIRC Team NimbRo

Team Description

NimbRo is the robot competition team of the Autonomous Intelligent Systems lab of University of Bonn, Germany. 

The lab is part of the Computer Science Institute VI – Intelligent Systems and Robotics, which is headed by Prof. Dr. Sven Behnke

NimbRo has extensive experience and outstanding success with robotics competitions and challenges:

These successes are based on contributions to science that are reflected in a large number of publications. Main research areas are computer vision, mapping and localization, locomotion and manipulation planning, and deep learning. 

NimbRo has developed intuitive robotic telepresence systems for domestic service, space exploration, and disaster response. 

Centauro robot at Kerntechnische Hilfsdienst GmbH  Momaro taking a soil sample at DLR SpaceBot Camp 2015  Momaro cutting at the DARPA Robotics Challenge  Cognitive Service Robot Cosero

Blog

29.9.2019
NimbRo registered for the ANA AVATAR XPRICE Challenge.

Related Publications

Tobias Klamt, Diego Rodriguez, Lorenzo Baccelliere, Xi Chen, Domenico Chiaradia, Torben Cichon, Massimiliano Gabardi, Paolo Guria, Karl Holmquist, Malgorzata Kamedula, Hakan Karaoguz, Navvab Kashiri, Arturo Laurenzi, Christian Lenz, Daniele Leonardis, Enrico Mingo, Luca Muratore, Dmytro Pavlichenko, Francesco Porcini, Zeyu Ren, Fabian Schilling, Max Schwarz, Massimiliano Solazzi, Michael Felsberg, Antonio Frisoli, Michael Gustmann, Patric Jensfelt, Klas Nordberg, Juergen Rossmann, Uwe Suess, Nikos Tsagarakis, and Sven Behnke:
Flexible Disaster Response of Tomorrow - Final Presentation and Evaluation of the CENTAURO System
Accepted for IEEE Robotics and Automation Magazine, Special Issue on Humanoid Robot Applications in Real World Scenarios, to appear December 2019.
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Tobias Klamt, Max Schwarz, Christian Lenz, Lorenzo Baccelliere, Domenico Buongiorno, Torben Cichon, Antonio DiGuardo, David Droeschel, Massimiliano Gabardi, Malgorzata Kamedula, Navvab Kashiri, Arturo Laurenzi, Daniele Leonardis, Luca Muratore, Dmytro Pavlichenko, Arul S. Periyasamy, Diego Rodriguez, Massimiliano Solazzi, Antonio Frisoli, Michael Gustmann, Jürgen Roßmann, Uwe Süss, Nikos G. Tsagarakis, and Sven Behnke:
Remote mobile manipulation with the Centauro robot: Full‐body telepresence and autonomous operator assistance
Journal of Field Robotics (JFR), Wiley, 2019.
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Max Schwarz, Tobias Rodehutskors, David Droeschel, Marius Beul, Michael Schreiber, Nikita Araslanov, Ivan Ivanov, Christian Lenz, Jan Razlaw, Sebastian Schüller, David Schwarz, Angeliki Topalidou-Kyniazopoulou, and Sven Behnke:
NimbRo Rescue: Solving Disaster-Response Tasks through Mobile Manipulation Robot Momaro
Journal of Field Robotics (JFR) 34(2):400–425, 2017.

Max Schwarz, Marius Beul, David Droeschel, Sebastian Schüller, Arul Selvam Periyasamy, Christian Lenz, Michael Schreiber, and Sven Behnke:
Supervised Autonomy for Exploration and Mobile Manipulation in Rough Terrain with a Centaur-like Robot
Frontiers in Robotics and AI, section Humanoid Robotics, vol. 3, article 57, October 2016.

Jörg Stückler, Max Schwarz, and Sven Behnke:
Mobile Manipulation, Tool Use, and Intuitive Interaction for Cognitive Service Robot Cosero
Frontiers in Robotics and AI, section Humanoid Robotics, vol. 3, November 2016.

Tobias Rodehutskors, Max Schwarz, and Sven Behnke:
Intuitive Bimanual Telemanipulation under Communication Restrictions by Immersive 3D Visualization and Motion Tracking

In Proceedings of IEEE-RAS International Conference on Humanoid Robots (Humanoids), Seoul, Korea, November 2015.

Max Schwarz, Jörg Stückler, and Sven Behnke:
Mobile Teleoperation Interfaces with Adjustable Autonomy for Personal Service Robots
In Proceedings of the 9th ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction (HRI), pp. 288-289, Bielefeld, Germany, 2014.

Sebastian Muszynski, Jörg Stückler, and Sven Behnke:
Adjustable Autonomy for Mobile Teleoperation of Personal Service Robots
In Proceedings of IEEE International Symposium on Robot and Human Interactive Communication (RO-MAN), Paris, France, September 2012.

                    Universität Bonn, Institute for Computer Science, Departments: I, II, III, IV, V, VI; Team NimbRo; Robotics in Bonn