Developing and Testing Networked Software for Moving Robots

  title={Developing and Testing Networked Software for Moving Robots},
  author={I. Satoh},
  • I. Satoh
  • Published in ENASE 2019
  • Computer Science
  • Autonomous transport robots have been widely used to carry products in manufacturing and warehousing spaces. Such robots are smart and networked in the sense that they exchange information with stationary servers and other robots in their visiting spaces through wireless local-area networks. Therefore, when software running on such robots is executed with the services that the robots are connected to through networks, including multicast protocols. To test such software, we need to execute it… CONTINUE READING

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