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The Technion Autonomous Systems Program is the first of its kind in Israel. Autonomous systems represent the next great step forward in the fusion of machines with sensors, computers, and communication capabilities. The objective is to develop intelligent systems that can interact dynamically with the complexities of the real world. Developments in micro- and nanotechnology are critical to the development and practical application.
Distinguished Professor Emeritus, Head of TASP
Aerospace Engineering Faculty
Associate Professor, Head of TASP's Graduate Committee
Civil & Environmental Engineering Faculty
Isaac, S. and Ronie Navon “Feasibility Study of an Automated Tool for Identifying the Implications of Changes in Construction Projects”
Elon Rimon, Y. Or, W. Burdick and R. Mason “A General Stance Stability Test Based on Stratified Morse Theory with Application to Quasistatic Locomotion Planning”
D. Segal, A. Bar-Gil and N. Shimkin, “"Max-Range Glides in Engine Cutoff Emergencies Under Severe Wind."”
Associate Professor Amir Degani
Professor Alexander Bronstein
Professor Tal Shima, Professor Emeritus Gutman Per-Olof
Professor Pini Gurfil, Professor Alfred M. Bruckstein
Autonomous systems represent the next great step forward in the fusion of machines with sensors, computers, and communication capabilities.