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Heterogeneous implementation of an adaptive robotic sensing team

By: Papanikolopoulos, N.; Olson, C.; McMillen, C.; Drenner, A.; Jackson, B.; Goerke, D.; Pfeifer, A.; Burt, I.T.; Kratochvil, B.; Waletzko, D.; Stubbs, K.; Stoeter, S.A.;

2003 / IEEE / 0-7803-7736-2


This item was taken from the IEEE Conference ' Heterogeneous implementation of an adaptive robotic sensing team ' When designing a mobile robotic team, an engineer is faced with many design choices. This paper discusses the design of a team consisting of two different models of robots with significantly different sensing and control capabilities intended to accomplish a similar task. Two new robotic platforms, the COTS Scout and the MegaScout are described along with their respective design considerations.