Adrian Boeing

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This article describes WAMbot, a multi-robot system designed to navigate, explore and map large-scale urban environments while performing visual object recognition. The system can be easily adapted and deployed into a variety of scenarios such as search and rescue or surveillance. The original WAMbot system was developed for the Multi Autonomous(More)
Transferring an evolved control system from a simulated environment to the physical world poses a number of challenges. The difficulty in accomplishing such a task increases the complexity of the system that is being simulated and controlled increases. One of the most challenging control tasks is to generate a stable walking gait for a bipedal robot. This(More)
We present the design of an autonomous underwater vehicle and a simulation system for AUVs as part of the initiative for establishing a new international competition for autonomous underwater vehicles, both physical and simulated. This paper describes the competition outline with sample tasks, as well as the construction of the AUV and the simulation(More)
Recently there has been an increased interest in vision based driver assistant systems. A need for open, flexible, modular automotive vision systems has been expressed. We present an open source component based automotive vision software that enables rapid, interactive development. A Hough transform based lane tracking example application is presented to(More)
We propose a novel approach for transferring evolved control systems from a simulated environment to a real robot. Multiple dynamic simulation systems are simultaneously employed to provide a valid range of simulation variance that can be exploited to generate robust controllers in a purely virtual environment. These controllers can then be directly(More)