Eugen Meister

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— In this paper we present the development of a new self-reconfigurable robotic platform for performing on-line and on-board evolutionary experiments. The designed platform can work as an autonomous swarm robot and can undergo collective morphogenesis to actuate in different morphogenetic structures. The platform includes a dedicated power management, rich(More)
In a swarm of robots the individual entities can profit from cooperation, emerge new behaviors and can increase the overall fitness. In a more advanced approach, robots work not only collectively, but can also aggregate into multi-robot organisms and can share energy, resources and functionality. This approach provides many advantages for robotic systems:(More)
This paper represents an adaptive rhythmic control for a snake-like robot with 25 degrees of freedom. The adaptive gait control is implemented in algorithmic way in simulation and on a real robot. We investigated behavioral and energetic properties of this control and a dynamics of different body segments. It turned out that despite using homogeneous(More)
— Homogeneity and heterogeneity represent a well-known trade-off in the design of modular robot systems. This work addresses the heterogeneity concept, its rationales, design choices and performance evaluation. We introduce challenges for self-reconfigurable systems, show advances of mechatronic and software design of heterogeneous platforms and discuss(More)
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