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Organization of a Unified Coordinate-Information Space to Provide for the Operation of the Multi-Agent Robotic System

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  • Central Research Institute of Robotics and Technical Cybernetics, Russian Federation

Abstract


Background/Objectives: The article outlines aspects of effective application of multiagent robotic systems and development of a unified coordinate-information space for such systems Methods: Authors review aspects of efficacy of application of multiagent robotic systems and questions of development and maintaining the unified coordinateinformation space of these systems. Aspects of devices required to solve the identified problem are also considered in the article. Findings: The circle of the problems arising at creation of multiagent robotic systems has been outlined in the review and possible ways to solve these problems have been shown. Applications/Improvements: The article formulates a list of equipment and systems necessary to maintain a single coordinate-information space for the operation of multiagent robotic systems.

Keywords

Coordinate Measuring, Hybrid Lidar, Multi-Agent Robotic System, Supervisory Network-Centric Management, Technical Vision.

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