RObust Autonomous Mobility Laboratory performs fundamental and applied research on robotic algorithms and systems. The main goal of our group is to attain robust autonomy applied on mobile robotic platforms such as unmanned aerial and ground vehicles, and heterogeneous groups of such smart mobile agents. These platforms can perform state estimation and environment mapping relying only on onboard sensors and limited compute budget, avoid obstacles and explore an unknown environment through automated reasoning. Such systems can be employed on dangerous or repetitive tasks to assist or even replace humans to improve task effectiveness and human safety.