Behavior based autonomous navigation system for mobile robots
Mechanical Engineering Department
Mechanized and roobotized solutions properly sized with suitably modularized structure and well adapted to local conditions of minefields can greatly improve the safety of personnel as well as efficiency and flexibility. Such flexible machines with some level of decision-making capabilities can speed the clearance process when used in combination with other mine detection. A population of lightweight, robust, adaptable, low-cost, and multi operational mode robots that can integrate high speed mine detection and deactivation system is a clear answer to the problem of demining vast condemned areas. They will work together under close supervision of a monitoring station. The robot has three levels of control: Local scan, navigation (GPS and odometry) and collective behavior through radio coordination. Ground pressure of the developed robot is low enough not to make the mine explode. Pemex-B has to scan a large area, and assure the coverage of every part of it. Â© 2010 ISAROB.
Proceedings of the 15th International Symposium on Artificial Life and Robotics, AROB 15th'10
(2010).Behavior based autonomous navigation system for mobile robots. s.n.. , 689-692
Habib, Maki K.
Behavior based autonomous navigation system for mobile robots. s.n., 2010.pp. 689-692