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The Autonomous Systems Research Group (ASRG) at Oregon State has been formed to accomplish two primary objective:
The ASRG's mission is to provide a research and development capability for the advancement of autonomous systems to promote economic benefit to the state of Oregon through innovation, expertise and workforce talent.
This web site will evolve over 2015 to build out information and connections to all stakeholders—thanks for your patience while this occurs.
Find out more about Oregon State’s autonomous systems research.
Please join the Autonomous Systems Research Group’s LinkedIn group
Great robotics video: http://engineering.oregonstate.edu/robotics-at-osu-video
Video—Physical Interaction Tasks https://www.youtube.com/v/u8S8KnpvuvQ%26autoplay=1
USA Today video feature: https://www.youtube.com/v/u8S8KnpvuvQ%26autoplay=1
Student Project: Football Birds-eye view https://www.youtube.com/v/u8S8KnpvuvQ%26autoplay=1
June 30, 2015
Autonomous Systems @ OSU Conference
Conference website: http://blogs.oregonstate.edu/autonomoussystems/
ASRG Steering Committee
John Talbott, Assistant Director, Oregon Agricultural Experiment Station, College of Agricultural Sciences
Ann Schmierer, email, 541-737-1180, cell: 541-609-8900
Rob Holman, email, 541-737-2914
Ron Adams, Interim Vice President for Research, email, 541-737-0664
Jane Cigarran, email, 541-737-0664, cell: 503-757-5165