Jordi Aranda

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I n our modern society, distance education has become a viable solution for students who require more flexible, accessible, and adaptive teaching systems, without spatial and temporal restrictions [1], [2]. In the past, the interaction methods for distance education were limited to the telephone, postal mail, or fax. Today's new information technologies(More)
Worldwide, there is increasing interest in the operation of multiple autonomous underwater vehicles (AUVs) to carry out scientific and commercial missions at sea. For some of the envisioned missions, it is crucial that new methods be developed to localize one more of the vehicles simultaneously, based on acoustic range information received on-board a set of(More)
Smart-devices with information sharing capabilities anytime and anywhere have opened a wide range of ubiquitous applications. Within urban environments citizens have a plethora of locations to choose from, and in the advent of the smart-cities paradigm, this is the scope of location-based rec-ommender systems to provide citizens with the adequate(More)
This article presents the topics in wheeled mobile robotics where the Learning and Vision Mobile Ro-botics Group (IRI) is focusing its efforts. The areas covered include robot localization, color in-variance, segmentation, tracking, audio processing and object learning and recognition. An overview of recent results produced in our group within these areas(More)
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