Intelligent Systems Lab (LSI, which is abbreviated from its Spanish translation: Laboratorio de Sistemas Inteligentes) research group was founded in 2000 to conduct multidisciplinary research and development activities in the area of advanced perception applications and self-driving systems. The group consists of professors and post-/under- graduate students.
LSI members have been researching topics related to intelligent vehicles for more than 30 years. During which several systems have been developed in the field of perception technologies and intelligent systems. Research topics include computer vision systems, intelligent transport systems, self-driving systems, data fusion and more.
Currently, the laboratory has different research platforms, which includes electric self-driving vehicles, an intelligent car under ADAS and several drones. The research group is funded by and included in several public and private projects, national and international projects.