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Aerial Informatics and Robotics Platform

  title={Aerial Informatics and Robotics Platform},
  author={S. Shah and Debadeepta Dey and C. Lovett and Ashish Kapoor},
Machine Learning technologies are increasingly becoming an important tool in building autonomous systems. Learning-based techniques have been useful but typically need a large amount of training data, which is an expensive and time consuming process. Often collecting such data is non-trivial and introduces safety concerns. Consequently, it is becoming increasingly important to be able to accurately simulate the physical environment that autonomous vehicles/robots would operate in. We present a… Expand

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