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An integrated model-based diagnosis and repair architecture for ROS-based robot systems
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We present a novel diagnosis and repair architecture for ROS-based robot systems. Expand
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Simultaneous localisation and mapping in a complex field environment
The usefulness of image registration techniques in mapping and localising a robot in an agricultural environment by using readings from a laser range scanner was investigated. The proposed approachExpand
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Dynamic Arc Fitting Path Follower for Skid-Steered Mobile Robots
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We use dynamic arc fitting to approximate the robot’s local path using basic circular shapes. Expand
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Community-driven development of standard software modules for search and rescue robots
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The main goal of the paper is to continuously enlarge the set of software building blocks that can be reused in the search and rescue domain. Expand
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A flexible hardware-in-the-loop architecture for UAVs
As robotic technology matures, fully autonomous robots become a realistic possibility, but demand very complex solutions to be rapidly engineered. In order to be able to quickly set up a workingExpand
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TEDUSAR White Book - State of the Art in Search and Rescue Robots
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The aim of this paper is to document the state of the art in disaster robotics and provide an overview of technology already available or currently under development. Expand
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An integrated Diagnosis and Repair Architecture for ROS-Based Robot Systems
The paper presents a novel diagnosis and repair system for ROS-based robot systems. It is an extension to the existing ROS diagnostics stack. It comprises five major modules: (1) a diagnosis modelExpand
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ROS-based diagnostic board for detecting and repairing hardware faults in autonomous mobile robots
Model-Based Diagnosis (MBD) system uses model (correct behavior of a robotic system), diagnosis engine, and a planner based repair engine for detecting and repairing faults. In this contribution weExpand
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