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IAS-Lab stands for Intelligent Autonomous Systems Laboratory and it is one of the 28 laboratories of the Department of Information Engineering of the University of Padua.

The skills available at the IAS-Lab cover various methodological and algorithmic aspects of intelligent robotics and computer vision applied to robotics. These include: calibration, navigation, 3D reconstruction of environments and the interpretation of sensorial data of autonomous robots such as mobile platforms, industrial manipulators, humanoid robots and drones.

The fields of application range from service robotics to industrial robotics and from neurorobotics to agricultural robotics. 
The IAS-Lab team is composed of 5 professors and structured researchers, 2 post-docs and 5 Ph.D. students, plus a dozen master students. 
The equipments available at the IAS-Lab includes several fully sensorized robots (eg with RGB-D cameras, IMU, LiDAR, etc...). Among these: 2 mobile manipulators, 4 industrial manipulators and 2 humanoid robots. The laboratory, distributed in two rooms for a total of 250 square meters, is also equipped with a 3D camera network for markerless motion capture.


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