Publication detail

Heterogeneous Reconnaissance Robotic System for Dangerous Environments

ŽALUD, L. BURIAN, F. KOPEČNÝ, L. FLORIÁN, T.

Original Title

Heterogeneous Reconnaissance Robotic System for Dangerous Environments

English Title

Heterogeneous Reconnaissance Robotic System for Dangerous Environments

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

Robotic system consisting of multiple different remotely operated robots and one operators station is described. The system consists of two small robots, two bigger robots, and one flying machine, while each of them has different features to form balanced system for variety of missions. The robots, as well as the whole system and its possible mission configurations, are described in the article. Great attention is paid to the communication subsystem, i.e. not only robot-to-operators station communication, but also signals retranslation.

English abstract

Robotic system consisting of multiple different remotely operated robots and one operators station is described. The system consists of two small robots, two bigger robots, and one flying machine, while each of them has different features to form balanced system for variety of missions. The robots, as well as the whole system and its possible mission configurations, are described in the article. Great attention is paid to the communication subsystem, i.e. not only robot-to-operators station communication, but also signals retranslation.

Keywords

Mobile Robot, Telepresence

RIV year

2011

Released

10.05.2011

Publisher

University of Defence, Brno

Location

Brno

ISBN

978-80-7231-787-5

Book

ICMT 2011, International Conference on Military Technologies 2011

Pages from

1007

Pages to

1014

Pages count

9

Documents

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT74799,
  author="Luděk {Žalud} and František {Burian} and Lukáš {Kopečný} and Tomáš {Florián}",
  title="Heterogeneous Reconnaissance Robotic System for Dangerous Environments",
  annote="Robotic system consisting of multiple different remotely operated robots and one operators station is described. The system consists of two small robots, two bigger robots, and one flying machine, while each of them has different features to form balanced system for variety of missions. The robots, as well as the whole system and its possible mission configurations, are described in the article. Great attention is paid to the communication subsystem, i.e. not only robot-to-operators station communication, but also signals retranslation.",
  address="University of Defence, Brno",
  booktitle="ICMT 2011, International Conference on Military Technologies 2011",
  chapter="74799",
  howpublished="print",
  institution="University of Defence, Brno",
  year="2011",
  month="may",
  pages="1007--1014",
  publisher="University of Defence, Brno",
  type="conference paper"
}