Autonomous Mobile Robots, Annual Report, 1985
|Neptune is a functional vehicle for autonomous mobile robot research. As a reliable mobile base, it supports experiments in perception, real-world modeling, navigation, planning and high-level control. It is self-propelled, with computer control of direction and motivation.
One of the prime design goals was the minimization of the number of subsystems. By doing so, reliability was enhanced.
Associated Lab(s) / Group(s):
Mobile Robot Lab
Number of pages: 4
|Gregg Podnar, "The NEPTUNE Mobile Robot," Autonomous Mobile Robots, Annual Report, 1985|
author = "Gregg Podnar",
title = "The NEPTUNE Mobile Robot",
booktitle = "Autonomous Mobile Robots, Annual Report",
pages = "149 - 152",
year = "1985",
|The Robotics Institute is part of the School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University.|
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