Below is a list of publicly accessible projects I've worked on. I am motivated by work that has a positive impact on others; whether it be through providing tools to enhance workflows, creating software that empowers developers and researchers, or outcomes with more tangible impacts on everyday life. Projects with public outcomes—like open source software—have a chance of achieving these positive impacts, making them a focus of where I want to spend my time. At the end of the day if it's not having a positive impact on others, I want to be questioning is it worth doing?
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The Abstract Map allows a robot to navigate in unseen spaces using navigation symbols. It was developed throughout my PhD and produced five research publications, a doctoral thesis, and four different software implementations.
BenchBot is a software suite for benchmarking robotics research across both 3D simulation and real robot platforms. The software provides a simple Python interface to the robot's underlying sensorimotor capabilities.
OpenSeqSLAM2.0 is a MATLAB toolbox for using interactive GUIs to explore the visual place recognition problem using SeqSLAM. The toolbox helps users gain an intuition for the nuances presented by the visual place recognition problem.
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