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The EXPLORE team works mainly on underwater robotics. Its challenge is to design an underwater robotic systems that can safely carry out complex missions in full autonomy, despite the severity of the constraints imposed by the aquatic environment.

Its research activities concerns the design and the development of theoritical and experimental tools for mobile robot exploration.

The complemenrary competencies of the team members allow to propose and implement new solutions on robots using a fault tolerant control architecture offering several autonomy levels and performance guarantees. Visit our Website here
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