• Co-development using inner & Open Source in Software Intensive products

  • Interactive and Intelligent communications in big surfaces

     

    This project pursues several general objectives.  First, it takes a further step in using TIC (Technology for Information and Communication) to improve the public welfare.  Second, it extends the concept of personal communications to the social environment.  Finally, it combines recent wireless technologies with advanced planning assistant software to arrive at an integrated, interactive and intelligent platform suitable for effective use in a multi-user environment. It is funded by the Regional Spanish Research Funding Agency (JCLM).

  • National Network on Planning and Scheduling

     

     The project is funded by the National Council on Science and Technology (CICYT) and with the aim to promote technology on Planning and Scheduling. There were 15 universities, 1 CSIC center and 2 companies assigned to the project.

     

     

     

     

  • ICT Innovation Forum

     

    The CIT Forum initiative aims to create a virtual community of organizations and individuals interested in the development of the Information Society and to promote initiatives to improve innovation and diffusion of information and communication technologies in Guadalajara, Castilla-La Mancha. This work is being developed through the collaboration of the Universidad de Alcalá - Campus Guadalajara de Guadalajara - CLIPE, APETI and the Junta de Comunidades de Castilla-La Mancha.

  • Evaluation and Automated Planning to AI Learning Processes in Virtual Educational Environments

     

    This project has two main goals. The first one is to design new intelligent techniques applied in a particular (educational) domain. The second one is related with the development of specific intelligent systems that could be applied in the current information society. These new techniques will be applied in long-life processes, therefore other characteristics such as collaborative work (and learning) among different users and the interaction among different agents (human or software) that could perform the system will be considered. It is funded by Universidad de Alcalá.

  • Planning system and automatic control for long-term learning process in education electronic environments

     

    This project has two main goals, the first one is to design new intelligent techniques applied in a articular (educational) domain, the second ones is related with the development of specific intelligent systems that could be applied in the current information society. On one hand, we are interested in analyzing and designing new intelligent techniques with the capability of automatically solve tasks that need from the integration of automated planning with time and resources restrictions in an electronic educational environment. These new techniques will be applied in long-life processes, therefore other characteristics such as collaborative work (and learning) between different users and the interaction among different agents (human or software) that could perform the system needs to be considered. This new kind of intelligent techniques will allow defining, and modifying, several quality parameters that can be used by the users (educators), to understand the current learning process of their students. Moreover, through the utilization of different Artificial Intelligence techniques, such as planning and scheduling, will be able to modify those learning processes, and the proposed contents in a particular course, to find a new topics, or contents, distribution to solve the detected problems. Thus, we have defined a set of scientific goals related to planning and scheduling, e-Learning, collaborative learning and multi-agent systems.

  • Advanced mission operation concepts & technologies for future ESA missions

     

    The aim of the project is to analyze the use of AI technologies in order to redesign the operation concept for future ESA mission with a more systematic approach. It can relay on three high level requirements; these requirements prove to be more and more compelling in the framework of future long duration missions for the interplanetary exploration and the new missions involving an high number of platforms, including the most challenging formation flying.

    The main requirements can be summarized as follows:

    • Enhance the capability to manage uncertainties during the mission (including aspects related to react with the appropriate recovery plan to the presence of faults) 
    • Exploit to its outmost the science opportunities
    • Reduce overall operation costs (platform and payloads)

     

  • Replanificación logística basada en técnicas de regresión

     

    The aim of the project was to develop an AI based to help a logistic company to improve its routes planning process. In order to achieve this goal, the tool uses the knowledge acquired by the company drivers to propose optimised routes. Hence, the tool gathers the experience of the drivers, processes it and optimises the delivery process. The solution uses data mining to extract knowledge from the company information systems and prepares it for analysis with a case-based reasoning (CBR) algorithm. The CBR obtains critical business intelligence knowledge from the drivers experience that is needed by the planner. The design of the routes is done by a genetic algorithm that, given the processed information, optimises the routes following several objectives, such as minimise the distance or time. 

  • Autonomy for Interplanetary Missions

     

    A research project (NPI proposal) funded by ESA and in collaboration with the PST group.

    The project aims to build a re-usable, generic, model-based architecture for applications in autonomous space robotics based on APSI (ESA's planner and scheduler system), and focusing on the consumable resources (i.e. battery).

  • Interactive and Intelligent communications in big surfaces I

     

    This project continues the objectives of the project with the same name, developing a full and tested prototype that integrates RFID and Zigbee as wireless technology and AI planning techniques for the intelligent engine. These techniques are combined to detect and guide users inside a building. The prototype has been successfully tested in the Meco (Madrid, Spain) Public Library. It is funded by the Regional Spanish Research Funding Agency (JCLM).

  • Cooperative systems for autonomous exploration missions

     

    A research project (NPI proposal) funded by ESA and in collaboration with the PST group.

    The project aims to provide a comparison of the different robotic control architectures and the definition of metrics for the comparison. The two different approaches of the state-of-the art architectures will be compared:  Time-line based and PDDL-based architectures.

    More information can be found at the official OGATE web page.

  • Collaborative system for unmanned vehicles

     

    COLSUVH is a collaboration project between the lider company Ixion Industry & Aerospace and the Universidad de Alcalá. It is funded by the Spanish Centre for the Development of Industrial Technology (CDTI). The project aimed to develop a flexible architecture that allows the communication and collaboration between unmanned vehicles and human operators.

  • AI Planning and monitoring for elder and handicap assistance

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