is University at Buffalo's
autonomous vehicle initiative.
We have various sensors, including camera and lidar, mounted on a Lincoln MKZ which can be driven autonomously using drive-by-wire. The drive computer uses Autoware, a software stack based on ROS, to process sensor data and control the vehicle.
I personally developed the object detection, sensor fusion, and obstacle avoidance software for this project.
Robotics Vision Processing
Designed to run on a Raspberry
Pi, this is a localization program that can determine a robot's 3D position and rotation
relative to two strips of retroreflective tape.
This program uses OpenCV for vision processing and was used as part of the 2019 FIRST Robotics Competition.
I also contributed a lot to the rest of my robotics team's codebase, which can be found here.