Artificial intelligence algorithms of scientists from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering of CTU and the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Olomouc help to accelerate the development of anticancer drugs. Artificial intelligence algorithms will play an increasing role in the search for effective cancer treatments. Machine learning methods can significantly reduce the time, effort …read more
The Multi-robot Systems Group demonstrated results of the development of new technologies for aerial robots in Temešvár, South Bohemia. During the practical flight demonstrations, the group demonstrated a technology which prevents hostile takeover of control over the drone in the form of GPS spoofing. GPS Spoofing is an intelligent form of jamming where a drone …read more
The search for a lost miniature source of radioactive caesium-137 has managed to keep authorities and emergency services in Western Australia busy in recent days. The source of the dangerous beta and gamma radiation was finally found after an intensive deployment of rescue and firefighters and special equipment, but the alarming incident will continue to raise …read more
The Rector’s prize for an outstanding doctoral dissertation was awarded to Ing. Tomáš Hodaň, Ph.D. for his doctoral Thesis „Pose Estimation of Specific Rigid Objects“ and to Mgr. Dmytro Mishkin, Ph.D. for „Learning and Crafting for the Wide Multiple Baseline Stereo“. Congratulations to both researchers!
Congratulations to the MRS Group member Ing. Robert Pěnička, PhD. for earning a prestigious grant project: JUNIOR STAR from GA ČR! The Czech Science Foundation (GA ČR) announced the results of the JUNIOR STAR project, which is intended for excellent scientists in their early careers. Only a fragment of submitted works receive funding and our …read more
The Dean’s Awards for prestigious dissertations were awarded on November 9th at the Scientific council meeting. Researcher Mgr. Dmytro Mishkin, Ph.D. received the award for his work Learning and Crafting for the Wide Multiple Baseline Stereo under the supervision of prof. Ing. Jiří Matas, Ph.D. Congratulations!
The drone Eagle.One caught an intruder drone in the Rapotice prison. The drone-hunter is designed to protect critical infrastructure, such as prisons, power plants or airports. The Eagle.One drone is equipped with AI on-board and is capable of launching a net in which it catches the intruder drone which might smuggle forbidden items into the …read more
In cooperation with Skupina ČEPS, our drones inspected a power-tower line near Libomyšl, Czech Republic. The drones autonomously took off, inspected the power-tower according to the pre-defined trajectories and took pictures of the tower itself and the insulators. The power-tower inspection is a part of the EU Horizon2020 Aerial-Core project. Also, the drone cooperation with …read more
Are you looking for an interesting topic for your bachelor or master thesis? Department of Cybernetics invites you to CyberSpace, an informal meeting with coffee and refreshments, where we present some of the projects we work on and where you can take part in the form of your bachelor/diploma project. It is an excellent opportunity …read more
Prof. Jan Kybic was appointed an external member of the research board of Charles University. The research board is a self-governing academic body overseeing research and other creative activities performed by the University as a public higher education institution. The Research Board is chaired by the rector and he or she appoints the remaining members …read more