Location

University of Utah

Start Date

10-5-1999 3:00 PM

Description

A testbed is developed for testing Multi-AGent Intelligent Coordination and Control (MAGICC). The robots act as agents which make decisions and act upon them via classical control theory. The testbed consists of sensors( camera and encoders), embedded controllers, modems and a computer network which are integrated into a hierarchical control which has decision makers, controllers, estimators and predictors. The testbed has successfully been applied to initializing the robots into geometric formation. Simulation and Hardware results are presented.

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May 10th, 3:00 PM

A Testbed Architecture for MAGICC Applications

University of Utah

A testbed is developed for testing Multi-AGent Intelligent Coordination and Control (MAGICC). The robots act as agents which make decisions and act upon them via classical control theory. The testbed consists of sensors( camera and encoders), embedded controllers, modems and a computer network which are integrated into a hierarchical control which has decision makers, controllers, estimators and predictors. The testbed has successfully been applied to initializing the robots into geometric formation. Simulation and Hardware results are presented.