Assoc. Prof. Tomáš Svoboda (Vision for Robotics and Autonomous Systems) was a guest on CT24 speaking on the topic: USA: Shared Autonomous Transport in 13 Years? (the interview in Czech language only starts at about 0:15:56).
A 4-page cover story about humanoid robotics in Respekt (a major Czech weekly journal), 16/2017. Matej Hoffmann and Zdenek Straka interviewed and photographed with robots. More robots mentioned in the electronic version of the story. The printed version also available at ihned.cz.
In an earlier post we reported about the victory of our MRS team in the prestigous MBZIRC robotic competition. Czech TV informed about the success of our team (in Czech) on their web page, and in their morning show Studio 6 (in Czech). Martin Saska, the team leader, gave a telephonic interview.
Just before leaving for the final of the competition MBZIRC in Abu Dhabi (see more) dr. Martin Saska was a guest of the Studio 6 of the Czech Television where he spoke on the topic “The Czechs in the finals of the drones competition” as well as mapping monuments (the interview is in the range …read more
Eyedea Recognition, a spin-off company of the Czech Technical University founded by researchers from the Department of Cybernetics helps Europol recognize faces and identify the dangerous criminal and terrorist networks in Europe For more information [in Czech], see the iDnes article.
Our colleague, Ing. Tomáš Báča (Multi-robot Systems Group), has written the article (in Czech language) „How to take the drones down from the sky“ for online weekly Dotyk (16/2016). Many thanks for the representation of our department!
(More videos and articles about this topic you can find at the end of this website.) Shooting hard-to-reach areas of historic interiors – a task for members of our Multi-robot Systems Group. On February 26, scientists together with the staff of the National Heritage Institute in Olomouc, have successfully captured the interior of the Sternberg …read more
Our colleague, dr. Daniel Novák (Nature Inspired Technologies Group), was invited to the Studio Leonardo (in Czech) of the Czech Radio Plus channel. He discussed (in Czech) about a mobile application that helps to manage diabetes in children. Many thanks for the representation of our department!
Our colleague, dr. Tomáš Pajdla (Geometry of Vision and Robotics Group), was invited to the Studio Leonardo of the Czech Radio. He discussed (in Czech language) the topic „About the robots and computer vision“. Many thanks for the representation of our department!