The Mobile Robotics Lab, led since 1988 by Dr. Johann Borenstein, closed
down in April 2013.
There are, however, plenty of other excellent robotics labs active at the
University of Michigan.
Please see the pages of
for links and contacts.
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Keywords: University Research Program in Robotics, URPR, Funded by DOE-EM,
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system, laser range finder, laser scanner, HIMM, VFH, VFF, Multi-legged Motion,
Snake Robots, Personal Dead-reckoning, PDR, Personal Odometry, Heuristic Drift
Reduction, Heuristic Drift Elimination,