Latest TIRAMISU research presented at the 11th International Symposium on Safety Security and Rescue Robotics
Prof. Giovanni Muscato presenting TIRAMISU at SSRR 13
The 11th editionof the IEEE International Symposium on Safety, Security, and Rescue Robotics was hosted in Linköping, Swedenin October 2013 and continued its tradition of exploring cutting-edge research in the theory and practice of robots for rapid and secure inspection of critical infrastructure, disaster response and recovery, humanitarian demining and detection of chemical, biological and radiological risks.
Giovanni Muscato, Professor atthe University of Catania, one of the TIRAMISU project partners, presented the paper “UAV/UGV cooperation for surveying operations in humanitarian demining”. The document was written in collaboration with Luciano Cantelli, Michele Mangiameli and Carmelo Melita.
Prof. Muscato also participated in a panel discussion on: “Coordination of Research on Security and Rescue Robotics”, where he briefly presented an overview of the work of the TIRAMISU project in this area.
Other European, American and Japanese projects were presented in the same session and a round table was organised to discuss opportunities for working collaboratively on project activities in the future.
Read more: http://www.ssrr-conference.org/2013/