Scientific Advisory Board of Swarm Logistics GmbH gains Dr. Prorok from University of Cambridge
Stuttgart, Germany, October 29th, 2018 - Swarm Logistics GmbH is proud to announce that Dr. Amanda Prorok, who is one of the world's renowned researchers for autonomous robot systems, joins its scientific advisory board.
Dr. Prorok's research lab at the University of Cambridge designs algorithms for coordinating systems composed of multiple autonomous robots. The lab's mission is to facilitate cooperation in large-scale, heterogeneous, multi-agent cyber-physical systems.
The collaboration aims to refine the Swarm Logistics algorithms, develop new solutions together and enable a technology transfer of cutting edge research to industrial implementation. about Dr. Amanda Prorok Amanda Prorok is an Assistant Professor (University Lecturer) in the Department of Computer Science and Technology, at Cambridge University. Dr. Prorok has been honoured by multiple best paper awards. She serves as Associate Editor for IEEE Robotics and Automation Letters (R-AL), and Associate Editor for Autonomous Robots (AURO). Prior to joining Cambridge, Amanda Prorok was a postdoctoral researcher at the General Robotics, Automation, Sensing and Perception (GRASP) Laboratory at the University of Pennsylvania, USA, where she worked with Prof. Vijay Kumar. She completed her PhD at EPFL, Switzerland, under the direction of Prof. Alcherio Martinoli.
about Swarm Logistics GmbH Swarm Logistics GmbH is a deep tech software company specializing in the development of intelligent, autonomous transportation systems. The company creates software technology to enable the world’s first “decentralized autonomous logistics organization“(DALO) with a peer-to-peer coordination of heterogeneous fleets with trucks, autonomous vehicles, AGVs & delivery robots in open and closed environments. It provides an algorithmically optimized collaboration of competing transportation companies working on tasks together with trans-shipment via hubs and dynamic pricing. www.swarmlogistics.net Inquiries about the news release