CAMUS: a middleware supporting context-aware services for network-based robots

  title={CAMUS: a middleware supporting context-aware services for network-based robots},
  author={Hyun Soo Kim and Young-Jo Cho and Sang-Rok Oh},
  journal={IEEE Workshop on Advanced Robotics and its Social Impacts, 2005.},
A URC (ubiquitous robotic companion) is a concept for a network-based service robot. It allows the service robot to extend its functions and services by utilizing external sensor networks and remote computing servers. It also provides the robot's services at any time and any place. The URC requires not only the hardware infrastructure such as ubiquitous networks or sensor networks and high-performance computing servers but also the software infrastructure which resides above the hardware… CONTINUE READING
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