CoSys-Lab RTIS sensors
Industrially tested and validated sonar sensing systems capable of capturing the entire frontal hemisphere. Meant for use in industrial environments where other sensing modalities might struggle due to a lack of light, flying debris, extreme moisture, dust, fog, etc. .
Based on over a decade of intense research, we update the ultrasonic sensing modality - one of the oldest sensing modalities used in robotics - to be able to compete with other state-of-the-art sensing modalities for autonomous navigation and smart industries applications.
As strong advocates of industry-driven innovation, we are always excited to work along with external partners who need or want to experiment with ultrasound sensing in their specific application scenarios. Contact us using the form below!
High-Resolution Ultrasound Sensing for Robotics Using Dense Microphone Arrays
Thomas Verellen, Robin Kerstens, Jan Steckel, 2020 IEEE Access
In-Air Imaging Sonar Sensor Network with Real-Time Processing Using GPUs
Wouter Jansen, Dennis Laurijssen, Robin Kerstens, Walter Daems, Jan Steckel, 2019 Advances on P2P, Parallel, Grid, Cloud and Internet Computing
eRTIS: A Fully Embedded Real Time 3D Imaging Sonar Sensor for Robotic Applications Robin Kerstens, Dennis Laurijssen, Jan Steckel, 2019 International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA)
3D Point Cloud Data Acquisition Using a Synchronized In-Air Imaging Sonar Sensor Network Robin Kerstens, Dennis Laurijssen, Girmi Schouten, Jan Steckel, 2019 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS)
Acoustic Flow-Based Control of a Mobile Platform Using a 3D Sonar Sensor
Jan Steckel, Herbert Peremans, IEEE Sensors Journal 2017
University of Antwerp, Groenenborger Campus, U Building
Groenenborgerlaan 171, Antwerpen 2020, Belgium