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Associate Professor Qi Zhang is leading the group, which has developed a new way of compressing data. The new grant will provide a framework for an end-to-end solution that could have a major impact on the so-called data tsunami, caused by exponential growth in IoT devices. Photo: Lars Kruse, AU Foto.

2020.08.25 | AU Engineering, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Danish researchers invent a new way to compress data

A new project, supported by Independent Research Fund Denmark, will make it possible to read data directly from compressed IoT data. The project is being headed by researchers from Aarhus University and it is a collaboration with, among others, MIT and Boston University.

The research group AiR (Artificial Intelligence in Robotics) at Aarhus University is working on designing a fully autonomous drone which can beat the best human pilot in a race, using sophisticated AI techniques. Photo: Lars Kruse, AU Foto.

2020.08.06 | AU Engineering, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Fast & furious: Autonomous drone racing raises the bar for artificial intelligence

Today, drones can autonomously carry out various tasks with zero or minimum involvement by human operators. However, they need to fly as slow as possible to sense their environment and plan future actions. But what if drones need to fly fast like in a manual drone race where speed, agility, and performance are paramount? A team of researchers from…