About DASLab

Distributed Autonomous System Laboratory

About DAS Lab
The Distributed Autonomous Systems laboratory conducts research on autonomy and control of aerospace and mechanical systems. Theoretical and experimental research is conducted on

  • Bayesian Nonparametric predictive modeling and machine learning for data-driven autonomy
  • Autonomous decision making and control for Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) and mobile robots
  • Guidance, Navigation, Control, and flight-mechanics of manned aircraft and UAS
  • Distributed and decentralized sensing, inference, and control
  • Adaptive Control, predictive inference, and estimation of Non-stationary stochastic systems
  • Human – co-robot collaborative learning and decision making for UAS and mobile robots
  • Sense and Avoid technology and GPS-denied navigation for Autonomous outdoor UAS
  • Outdoor flight-experimentation and Hardware-in-the-Loop simulations for medium scale UAS

You may visit us in ATRC 305 and ATRC 340 on the Stillwater Campus of the Oklahoma State University.

Director: Girish Chowdhary

 

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