Team, Visitors, External Collaborators
Overall Objectives
Research Program
Application Domains
Highlights of the Year
New Software and Platforms
New Results
Bilateral Contracts and Grants with Industry
Partnerships and Cooperations
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Section: Partnerships and Cooperations

Regional Initiatives

Inria ADT 'CORDES' (2017-19) & 'COLOC' (2019-20)

Participants : Olivier Simonin, Vincent Le Doze, Jilles Dibangoye, Alessandro Renzaglia.

The COLOC ADT, which follows the CORDES ADT, aims to coordinate a team of UAVs using both SLAM techniques and communication-based localization, considering outdoor urban environments. These ADT are coordinated by Olivier Simonin. They fund an Inria expert engineer position in Chroma (Vincent Le Doze, 10/17-11/20) focusing on UAVs control and localization. The project provides both a 3D simulator of UAV fleets (SimuDronesGR) and a new experimental platform exploiting IntelAero UAVs.

COMODYS project, FIL (Federation d'Informatique de Lyon), 2017-19

Participants : Laetitia Matignon, Olivier Simonin.

Project between two teams of two laboratories from Lyon : CHROMA (CITI) and SMA (LIRIS), entitled "COoperative Multi-robot Observation of DYnamic human poSes", 2017-2019. Leader : L. Matignon & O. Simonin.

This project funds materials, missions and internships and its objectives are the on-line adaptation of a team of robots that observe and must recognize human activities.

WIFI-Drones project, FIL (Federation d'Informatique de Lyon), 2019-21

Participants : Remy Grunblatt, Isabelle Guerin-Lassous [Inria/Lyon1 Dante team] , Olivier Simonin.

Project between two teams of two laboratories from Lyon : DANTE (LIP) and CHROMA (CITI), entitled "Performances des communications Wi-Fi dans les réseaux de drones : une approche expérimentale", 2019-2021. Leader : I. Guerin-Lassous & O. Simonin.

The project aims to experimentally evaluate the Wireless communication in UAVs fleet scenarios. We consider the recent version of Wi-Fi based on 802.11n and 802.11 ac. Experimental measures will be used to build propagation models in order to be integrated in UAVs fleet simulations (in particular with Gazebo and NS3 simulators).