A team of researchers at the department of mechanical and industrial engineering at Concordia University, Canada, is currently working on the Networked Cooperative Autonomous Vehicles (NCAV) project. The main objective of the project is to provide theoretical and experimental results on modeling, cooperative decision and control, trajectory and path planning, formation flight, diagnosis and fault-tolerant control. An important concern of the team is to apply the achieved theoretical results to the unmanned vehicles test-bed of the department of mechanical and industrial Engineering. Currently, the test-bed includes three Quad-rotor UAVs and one UGV and will be extended in the future to include more vehicles.
For more information, please contact Shelley Sitahal, Director, Research Partnerships and Innovation.