Quanser’s new Autonomous Vehicles Research Studio is the ideal solution for academics looking to build an indoor multi-vehicle research lab in a short amount of time. Consisting of QDrone quadrotors and QBot 2e ground vehicles, ground control station, vision, and safety equipment, the Autonomous Vehicles Research Studio is the only option for research groups looking to jumpstart autonomous robotics research programs and be productive in a very short amount of time.
QCar, the feature vehicle of the Self-Driving Car Research Studio, is an open-architecture, scaled model vehicle designed for academic research. Working individually or in a fleet, QCar is the ideal vehicle for validating dataset generation, mapping, navigation, machine learning, artificial intelligence, and other advanced self-driving concepts.
The Quanser Self-Driving Car Research Studio is a highly expandable and powerful platform designed specifically for academic research. Use it to jump-start your research and scale your vehicle fleet, while leveraging multiple software environments. The studio brings you the tools and components you need to test and validate dataset generation, mapping, navigation, machine learning, artificial intelligence, and other advanced self-driving concepts.
The Quanser QDrone autonomous air vehicle is a midsize quadrotor equipped with a powerful onboard Intel Aero Compute Board, multiple high-resolution cameras, and built-in Wi-Fi. As part of the Autonomous Vehicles Research Studio, this direct-access research-grade drone is tuned to accelerate your research and is ideal for innovative research in multi-agent, swarm, and vision-based applications.
The Quanser QBot 2e is an innovative open-architecture autonomous ground robot, equipped with built-in sensors, and a vision system. Accompanied by extensive courseware, the QBot 2e is ideally suited for teaching undergraduate and advanced robotics and mechatronics courses, surpassing capabilities of hobby-level robotic platforms. The open-architecture control structure allows users to add other off-the-shelf sensors and customize the QBot 2e for their research needs.