Since the Corp Lab was first launched on 1 July 2015, 16 projects have been initiated in four research areas comprising robust autonomous mobility, collaborative teaming, scene understanding and material handling.

Robust Autonomous Mobility

Using stereo vision on a fast moving unmanned ground vehicle

Obstacles map for unmanned surface vehicle

Urban obstacle detection for unmanned aerial vehicle using stereo vision

Video and image enhancement using rain, haze and fog removal techniques

Precision landing for unmanned aerial vehicle

Fuzzy neural network based learning control of unmanned aerial vehicle

Feasibility study and development of noise reduction algorithms for acoustic signals​

Collaborative Teaming

Peer-to-peer synchronisation   

Collaborative exploration of unstructured environment

GPSless localisation for unmanned aerial vehicle with self-organised distributed coverage of 3D structures

Ultra-wide band based collaborative decentralised localisation

Multi-robot optimization, scheduling and allocation​​

Scene Understanding

Extreme learning machines based Image classification and scene characterization for autonomous driving

Anomaly understanding visual attention

Sensor fusion frameworks for objects classification, terrain classification and localisation

Scene understanding through bottom-up and top-down processing

Effectual Material Handling

Automated passenger boarding bridge (Aero bridge)​

Smart wheelchair system for airport passengers with reduced mobility​