Intelligent Machines and Systems Laboratory (IMSL) aims to work on state of the art
tools, techniques and systems for the control of mobile and industrial robots. The areas of
research span reconfigurable systems, underwater navigation & guidance systems, machine
vision system, training & rehabilitation systems, vibration analysis, Human Machine
Interface and distributed robotic systems. Our research concerns development of algorithms
for the control and coordination of Multi-robot systems which include connectivity control
and multi-robot task allocation for distributed robotic systems.
Human Machine Interaction includes work on integration of touch, movement, vision and
action for assistive robotic systems and robot systems for education. Other proposed
activities include sensor agents which has cognitive skills for navigation, adaptation and
learning. The laboratory is well equipped with necessary hardware/software platforms and
support sub-systems for a broad spectrum of applications.