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Marko Bjelonic is a PhD researcher at the Robotic Systems Lab of ETH Zurich focusing on motion control and planning for wheeled-legged robots in rough terrain.

               

Challenges

Spring 2019 - Fall 2021

DARPA SubT Challenge

CERBERUS (CollaborativE walking & flying RoBots for autonomous ExploRation in Underground Settings) aims to respond to the needs and goals set by the DARPA Subterranean (SubT) Challenge. The SubT Challenge plans to develop novel approaches to rapidly map, explore and search underground environments in time-sensitive operations critical for the civilian and military domains alike. CERBERUS is a product of the collaboration between University of Nevada, Reno, ETH Zurich, Sierra Nevada Corporation, University of California, Berkeley, and Flyability.

July, 2018

ARCHE: Advanced Robotic Capabilities for Hazardous Environments

ANYmal, a quadrupedal robot developed by RSL (ETH Zurich) and ANYbotics, is deployed in real-world environments for search and rescue missions.

September, 2017

ERL Emergency Robotics Challenge (JFR2018.pdf)

The Robotic Systems Lab and the Autonomous Systems Lab are competing as a team at the ERL Emergency Robotics 2017 in Piombino, Italy. The videos summarize the skills ANYmal showcased during the challenge.

March, 2017

ARGOS Challenge (JFR2018.pdf) (FSR2017.pdf)

Watch some of the highlights of ANYmal at the ARGOS Challenge (http://www.argos-challenge.com/en). ANYmal is a fully autonomous quadrupedal robot, capable of traversing on various terrain including steps, obstacles, stairs etc. Ruggedized and water-proof, ANYmal is well suited for applications in harsh environments such as offshore oil and gas platforms.


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