Daniel’s research is at the edge of innovation in autonomous systems and mechatronic engineering. Combining algorithms inspired by the neurobiology of the fly with the latest technology in machine vision systems, his research is a leap in bio-inspired engineering with very real implications for the defence industry. Daniel gained the knowledge needed to pursue a career in autonomous systems engineering in a Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical and Mechatronics) at the University of South Australia. In addition to his PhD, Daniel now teaches in the Mechatronic Engineering degree at UniSA, and is president of the UniSA Mechatronic Engineering and Robotics Club leading them to victory over 25 Australian and New Zealand Universities in the 2015 National Instruments Autonomous Robotics Competition.
Dates & Times for this Exhibitor
- August 6 9.00am - 5.00pm
- August 7 9.00am - 5.00pm