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Design, Construction and Programming of a Mobile Robot Controlled by Artificial Vision

Claudio Urrea, Grupo De Automática, Departamento De Ingeniería Eléctrica, Universidad De Santiago De Chile, Chile, Alex Yau, Grupo De Automática, Departamento De Ingeniería Eléctrica, Universidad De Santiago De Chile, Chile
2016 Journal of Engineering Science and Technology Review  
The design, construction and programming of a mobile robot controlled by means of artificial vision, capable of recognizing, grabbing and moving specific objects in a completely autonomous way is presented  ...  , together with the conceptual and theoretical-practical grounds for the work.  ...  stages in the process of mobile robot guidance: localization, mapping and planning of trajectories.  ... 
doi:10.25103/jestr.094.16 fatcat:raphco2j5jbpfk4jmydftmj5sa

Implementation of Fuzzy Decision Based Mobile Robot Navigation Using Stereo Vision

Khalid Al-Mutib, Ebrahim Mattar, Mansour Alsulaiman
2015 Procedia Computer Science  
Autonomous navigation was further validated and verified on a mobile robot platform.  ...  In this article, we discuss implementation phases for an autonomous navigation of a mobile robotic system using SLAM gathered data, while relying on the features of learned navigation maps.  ...  Initially, KSU-IMR robot was planned to navigate and generate maps using an active stereo vision, where resulting topological maps are used to design a fuzzy decision-based system.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.procs.2015.08.427 fatcat:egkqnbrxsfg3ri3tm2tm667fya

Розробка алгоритму керування мобільним роботом на основі фазифікації локальної карти місцевості

В. Баламут, Є. Крилов, В. Анікін
2021 Adaptivni Sistemi Avtomatičnogo Upravlinnâ  
Therefore, localization and mapping are important for effective planning and trajectory.  ...  And if all sectors are part of the CLOSE group, the control mobile robotic system decides to turn right or left at 90° and build a new local terrain map.  ... 
doi:10.20535/1560-8956.38.2021.233199 fatcat:tlhzgj53sbabtdyga7lrcu6ema

GUI3DXBot: An Interactive Software Tool for a Tour-Guide Mobile Robot

Kevin Muñoz Peña, Bladimir Bacca Cortes
2019 Ciencia e Ingeniería Neogranadina  
The GUI3DXBot server side is in charge of performing the perception, localization-mapping, and path planning tasks.  ...  Nowadays, mobile robots begin to appear in public places. To do these tasks properly, mobile robots must interact with humans.  ...  , path planning, and local and global navigation tasks.  ... 
doi:10.18359/rcin.3644 fatcat:5zzyultizrdhbbg4xtp45v4qo4

Functionally Distributed Control Architecture for Autonomous Mobile Robots

Tetsuya Taira, Nobuyuki Yamasaki
2004 Journal of Robotics and Mechatronics  
This paper explains the design and implementation of functionally distributed control architecture that realizes real-time control of autonomous mobile robots.  ...  To operate successfully in human society, autonomous mobile robots must achieve both local and global control in real-time.  ...  We also design and implement a prototype robot for evaluating the efficiency of the architecture.  ... 
doi:10.20965/jrm.2004.p0217 fatcat:cmdg5fvuiben7hpfu73a6ujgne

A one decade survey of autonomous mobile robot systems

Noor Abdul Khaleq Zghair, Ahmed S. Al-Araji
2021 International Journal of Power Electronics and Drive Systems (IJPEDS)  
The development of technology has increased in the requirements for mobile robots because of the services and tasks provided by them, like rescue and research operations, surveillance, carry heavy objects  ...  It must be observed and integrated so that the robot functions properly: Navigation systems, localization systems, detection systems (sensors) along with motion and kinematics and dynamics systems.  ...  Figure 3 shows the General Schematic for mobile robot localization [6] . Fine localization is useful for various tasks like destination tracking, path planning and traffic control.  ... 
doi:10.11591/ijece.v11i6.pp4891-4906 fatcat:mqdf7l3vhbe2xia7jftst3txoa

An active view planning method for mobile robots using a trinocular visual sensor

Min Y. Kim, Hyungsuck Cho, George K. Knopf
2003 Optomechatronic Systems IV  
In this paper, we propose a nextview-planning method for autonomous map construction needed for mobile robots with visual range sensor systems.  ...  The ability of mobile robots to perceive and recognize environments is essential for autonomous navigation.  ...  INTRODUCTION For the autonomous navigation of mobile robots in unknown space, two major functions established on mobile robots are self-localization and map-building.  ... 
doi:10.1117/12.515001 fatcat:yxxbq6l7nje5lckwsw2tbb6hwm

Special Issue on Mobile Robots Navigation

Oscar Reinoso, Luis Payá
2020 Applied Sciences  
In recent years, the presence of mobile robots in diverse scenarios has considerably increased, to solve a variety of tasks [...]  ...  Also, all our gratitude to the peer reviewers for their help and fruitful feedback to authors.  ...  Finally, our warmest thanks to the editorial team for their untiring support and hard work during all the stages of development of this special issue and, in general, congratulations on the great success  ... 
doi:10.3390/app10041317 fatcat:adjzxxqrmvcyno75k7cnkp2sva

Robot Task Planning on Multiple Environments

Paulo Pinheiro, Jacques Wainer, Eleri Cardozo
2014 International Journal of Computer and Electrical Engineering  
This paper presents a hierarchical planning approach to solving the global localization problem for mobile robots using a compaction map method.  ...  This approach allows the robot to perform both the localization and tasking in a large-scale environment while keeping the accuracy.  ...  Introduction Localization for mobile robots is one of the most explored areas in robotics due its importance for the autonomous mobile robots.  ... 
doi:10.17706/ijcee.2014.v6.863 fatcat:r6ho5nfun5capebqg6kefulnwe

Mobile Robot for Life Science Automation

Hui Liu, Norbert Stoll, Steffen Junginger, Kerstin Thurow
2013 International Journal of Advanced Robotic Systems  
, a standard IEEE 802.11g wireless network is adopted and a XML-based command protocol is designed for the communication between the remote side and the robot board side; (c) to realize a function of dynamic  ...  The paper presents a control system for mobile robots in distributed life science laboratories. The system covers all technical aspects of laboratory mobile robotics.  ...  The authors also would like to thank the reviewers for their precious comments, which have improved the quality of this submission considerably.  ... 
doi:10.5772/56670 fatcat:ltrdcyyfvre4bc7vcwszcsctry

Hierarchical Control Approach for Autonomous Mobile Robots

T. Proscevicius, A. Bukis, V. Raudonis, M. Eidukeviciute
2011 Elektronika ir Elektrotechnika  
Thus the design of a mobile robotic system is a difficult and complex task due to its interdisciplinary nature and real-time operation related requirements.  ...  The robots can also localize themselves using various types of maps or even map the territory themselves. This is referred as synchronous position detection and mapping.  ... 
doi:10.5755/j01.eee.110.4.298 fatcat:pn7ogcwjhrfxzcktwaxl4p2t7m

Interleaving Planning and Control of Mobiles Robots in Urban Environments Using Road-Map [chapter]

Guillaume Lozenguez, Lounis Adouane, Aurélie Beynier, Abdel-Illah Mouaddib, Philippe Martinet
2013 Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing  
The Road-Map allows us to split deliberation and reactive control.  ...  The challenge is to design autonomous robots assigned to perform missions without a predefined plan. We address the stochastic salesman problem where the goal is to visit a set of points of interest.  ...  For ground robots, the notion of mobility requires mapping the environment in order to localize the robot regarding its goals' positions.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-33926-4_65 fatcat:gc6exnowsnc2nene7e2j27q3za

Controlling the Motion of an Autonomous Mobile Robot Using Various Techniques: a Review

Prases Mohanty, Dayal Parhi
2013 Journal of Advanced Mechanical Engineering  
Once a roadmap is created, it is used as a network of roads (path) for mobile robot motion planning.  ...  Autonomous navigation of mobile robots in an uncertain and complex environment is a broad and complicated issue due to a variety of obstacles that mobile robots have to detect and represent in their maps  ...  Li and Chen (2005) presented a novel design for mobile robot path planning using particle swarm optimization (PSO).  ... 
doi:10.7726/jame.2013.1003 fatcat:hefyv6vnuvautbwftnhfmvow5u

Fuzzy potential energy for a map approach to robot navigation

Kuo-Yang Tu, Jacky Baltes
2006 Robotics and Autonomous Systems  
This paper pioneers novel design and application of fuzzy modeling for a special map that exploits innovation usage of task navigation for real paths.  ...  A fully autonomous robot needs a flexible map to solve frequent change of robot situations and/or tasks.  ...  FPE design for the planning of path and tasks In this section, FPEs are classified for conveniently constructing FPE maps.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.robot.2006.04.001 fatcat:yuatoifb7fftnjupz66vqk4o2m

Fuzzy Potential Energy for a Map Approach to Robot navigation

Kuo-Yang Tu
2006 2006 IEEE International Conference on Fuzzy Systems  
This paper pioneers novel design and application of fuzzy modeling for a special map that exploits innovation usage of task navigation for real paths.  ...  A fully autonomous robot needs a flexible map to solve frequent change of robot situations and/or tasks.  ...  FPE design for the planning of path and tasks In this section, FPEs are classified for conveniently constructing FPE maps.  ... 
doi:10.1109/fuzzy.2006.1681754 dblp:conf/fuzzIEEE/Tu06 fatcat:gcog4i66evehredklv4h326xme
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