Autonomous Systems Lab

1414 AV Williams

The Autonomous Systems Lab supports projects in the design, development, and testing of autonomous robots. Recent projects include a persistent drone for surveillance applications, a companion robot for persons aging at home, and quantification of “trust” in an autonomous robot. The Lab is associated with the ENEE Capstone Design Course where students work in teams to build autonomous, mobile robots that perform one or more useful functions, e.g., such as serving as a companion to an elderly or infirm person.

Gil Blankenship

Professor and Associate Chair for External Affairs
(301)405-3632 |