Distributed Control of A Heterogeneous Mobile Robot Group


The use of multiple robots has many advantages over single robot systems. Cooperating robots have the potential advantages to accomplish some tasks more efficiently than single robot. The goal of this project is to develop a control architecture for heterogeneous mobile robot groups. The concept of heterogeneity means that members of the robot group have different skills. It is expected from the robot group to carry out the given tasks autonomously with cooperation and coordination.


Homogeneous robot group, dynamic role assignment, multi agents, scheduling


Funded by The  Scientific Project Foundation of Osmangazi University (Project #200315030)