At RISC lab, we conduct research broadly in the area of autonomous unmanned vehicles. The research focus is on developing guidance, navigation, and control algorithms to perform intelligent sensing missions. The main objective is to close the loop between estimation and control to maximize the information gathered from sensors on board vehicles.  The applications include navigation of single and multiple heterogeneous autonomous vehicles in GPS denied areas, precision agriculture and environment monitoring using unmanned aerial vehicles, cooperative localization, and control multiple cube satellites.

We are located at EL 206 and El 141 in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Utah State University.