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Safe, Remote-Access Swarm Robotics Research on the Robotarium

@article{Pickem2016SafeRS,
  title={Safe, Remote-Access Swarm Robotics Research on the Robotarium},
  author={Daniel Pickem and Li Wang and Paul Glotfelter and Y. Diaz-Mercado and M. Mote and A. Ames and E. Feron and M. Egerstedt},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2016},
  volume={abs/1604.00640}
}
  • Daniel Pickem, Li Wang, +5 authors M. Egerstedt
  • Published 2016
  • Computer Science, Engineering
  • ArXiv
  • This paper describes the development of the Robotarium -- a remotely accessible, multi-robot research facility. The impetus behind the Robotarium is that multi-robot testbeds constitute an integral and essential part of the multi-agent research cycle, yet they are expensive, complex, and time-consuming to develop, operate, and maintain. These resource constraints, in turn, limit access for large groups of researchers and students, which is what the Robotarium is remedying by providing users… CONTINUE READING
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