The 10th annual Field and Service Robotics (FSR) conference will be held in Toronto, Canada, on June 24-26, 2015.
The FSR conference is a single track event. All three days will be dedicated to the service applications and field of robotics technology and will be held at the main University of Toronto campus. Each presentation will take place at the JJR Macleod Auditorium.
Field and Service Robotics 2015 will contain eight sessions and presentations from keynote speakers:
There will be four papers presented in this session on June 24, including Autonomous Greenhouse Gas Sampling using Multiple Robotic Boats.
Four papers will be presented within this session during the middle of the day on June 24. Topics include Large Scale Dense Visual Inertial Dense SLAM.
June 24 wraps up with four papers in this session, including Qualification of Commercial Off-the-Shelf Components for a Lunar Rover Mission.
June 25 kicks off with two papers from within the vision category. The first paper that will be discussed is entitled Wrong Today, Right Tomorrow: Experience-Based Classification for Robot Perception.
One and a half hours are devoted to 15 different papers, including Energy-Aware Terrain Analysis for Mobile Robot Exploration.
After lunch on June 25, there will be four papers in the aerial session. Robust Autonomous Flight in Constrained and Visually Degraded Environments is one example from this portion of Field and Service Robotics 2015.
The second portion of the aquatic sessions has three papers to end June 25. The last paper of the evening will be Towards Autonomous Robotic Coral Reef Health Assessment.
Friday, June 26, starts with two papers in the underground session. The first paper of the day is scheduled to be Multi-Robot Mapping of Lava Tubes.
The last session of the conference will be systems. It contains four papers, including Monocular Visual Teach and Repeat Aided by Local Ground Planarity.
Four keynote speakers will address attendees throughout Field and Service Robotics 2015: Chris Urmson, Paul Newman, Sanjiv Singh and Ryan Gariepy.
Field and Service Robotics 2015 has been organized by committee heads from the University of Toronto and Carnegie Mellon University. This 10th annual event will be held at the University of Toronto in Toronto, Canada, from June 24-26.