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Extended Architecture for Autonomous Robots

Originální název

Extended Architecture for Autonomous Robots

Anglický název

Extended Architecture for Autonomous Robots

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

Many intelligent architectures are studied and designed for autonomous robots control. This contribution proposes one of such architectures. Its aim is to create autonomous activities with possible choice of teleoperator or unsupervised mode of control of robot behaviour in real time and dynamic environment. Conventional three-leveled architecture of autonomous robots is modified by introducing the highest level for mission control, which is in interaction with all lower layers of robot control system. This highest level makes decisions of control type (teleoperator, supervised or autonomous), robot mobility type (HW modularity, serial, parallel or hybrid mechanics) in the environment and of fulfillment of goal tasks with respect to the fact if the robot works by himself or in the group of robots. The aim of authors leads to the implementation of the first version of autonomous architecture on developed omnidirectional and designed walking robot.

Anglický abstrakt

Many intelligent architectures are studied and designed for autonomous robots control. This contribution proposes one of such architectures. Its aim is to create autonomous activities with possible choice of teleoperator or unsupervised mode of control of robot behaviour in real time and dynamic environment. Conventional three-leveled architecture of autonomous robots is modified by introducing the highest level for mission control, which is in interaction with all lower layers of robot control system. This highest level makes decisions of control type (teleoperator, supervised or autonomous), robot mobility type (HW modularity, serial, parallel or hybrid mechanics) in the environment and of fulfillment of goal tasks with respect to the fact if the robot works by himself or in the group of robots. The aim of authors leads to the implementation of the first version of autonomous architecture on developed omnidirectional and designed walking robot.

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT9739,
  author="Tomáš {Březina} and Zdeněk {Ehrenberger} and Pavel {Houška} and Vladislav {Singule}",
  title="Extended Architecture for Autonomous Robots",
  annote="Many intelligent architectures are studied and designed for autonomous robots control. This contribution proposes one of such architectures. Its aim is to create autonomous activities with possible choice of teleoperator or unsupervised mode of control of robot behaviour in real time and dynamic environment. Conventional three-leveled architecture of autonomous robots is modified by introducing the highest level for mission control, which is in interaction with all lower layers of robot control system. This highest level makes decisions of control type (teleoperator, supervised or autonomous), robot mobility type (HW modularity, serial, parallel or hybrid mechanics) in the environment and of fulfillment of goal tasks with respect to the fact if the robot works by himself or in the group of robots. The aim of authors leads to the implementation of the first version of autonomous architecture on developed omnidirectional and designed walking robot.",
  address="Institute of Mechanics of Solids
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering
Brno University of Technologi",
  booktitle="Mechtronics, Robotics and Biomechanics 2003",
  chapter="9739",
  institution="Institute of Mechanics of Solids
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering
Brno University of Technologi",
  year="2003",
  month="march",
  pages="101",
  publisher="Institute of Mechanics of Solids
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering
Brno University of Technologi",
  type="conference paper"
}