Robotic Vision

Robotic vision is technology that gives machines the ability to ‘see’ and understand the physical world, expanding its capabilities. This is achieved using a combination of camera hardware and computer algorithms which enable the robot or machine to process visual data. The camera takes pictures of each piece of work that the robot will interact with – if they do not match the algorithm the piece is rejected, and the robot will not interact. 

AIML is a partner of the Australian Centre for Robotic Vision.

  • Visual Simultaneous Localisation and Mapping (SLAM)

    The ability to map an unknown environment is important technology for field robots, drones and autonomous vehicles in order for them to navigate independently. 

    This is achieved using Visual SLAM, which uses a 3D vision camera to determine the position and orientation of the sensor (e.g. the field robot), while at the same time mapping the (often unknown) surrounding environment.

    The technology is not reliant on satellite information, but is able to accurately measure the physical world.

  • Semantic Vision

    Under construction - check back soon.