Dynamic Peloton Formation Configuration Algorithm of Swarm Robots for Aerodynamic Effects Optimization

@article{Bedruz2019DynamicPF,
  title={Dynamic Peloton Formation Configuration Algorithm of Swarm Robots for Aerodynamic Effects Optimization},
  author={Rhen Anjerome R. Bedruz and Jose Martin Z. Maningo and Arvin H. Fernando and Argel A. Bandala and Ryan Rhay P. Vicerra and Elmer P. Dadios},
  journal={2019 7th International Conference on Robot Intelligence Technology and Applications (RiTA)},
  year={2019},
  pages={264-267}
}
  • Rhen Anjerome R. Bedruz, Jose Martin Z. Maningo, +3 authors Elmer P. Dadios
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    7th International Conference…
    2019
  • Computer Science
  • This paper presents a flocking and formation algorithm adapted from the flocking behavior of cycling team or pelotons. Several multi agent applications require efficient positioning of the agents in static and dynamic tasks. It was verified physically that an optimal distance in a peloton formation, the agents take reduced drag due to the inherent drag resistant characteristic of the formation. The said conditions were implemented in an algorithm in a swarm of wheeled robots. Experiment results… CONTINUE READING

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