Intelligent assistants and tools
Recording from ELLIIT tech talk 15 November 2022
Release date: 15 November 2022
Spoken language: Swedish and English
Subtitles: Swedish and English
Mapping and Positioning With Images, Sound and Radio
With the help of information from satellites, radio waves, images and sound, we can soon let robots catch a hair in the air, but how does it work? How can we really figure out where things are? Professor Kalle Åström explains how different positioning techniques work, what we can use them for and the mathematics behind.
Kalle Åström, Mathematical Imaging Group, Lund University
Navigation and radio channel estimation - a tale of a doctoral thesis
Professor Bo Bernhardsson explains radio-based navigation. We dive into the background of a doctoral thesis by the former PhD student Anders Mannesson. What does it mean to do a PhD, how does a thesis come about, what does it contain, and what was the problem that Anders solved?
Bo Bernhardsson, Professor, Automatik Control, Lund University
Conversation about intelligent assistants and tools
- Bo Bernhardsson, Professor, Automatik Control, Lund University
- Kalle Åström, Mathematical Imaging Group, Lund University
- Charlotta Falvin, Board Professional
- Johan Wester, host and moderator