Networked Robotics: From Multi-Robot Systems to Wireless Sensor Networks
Time and Place
Mauldin Auditorium (NSH 1305)
Refreshments 3:15 pm
Talk 3:30 pm
The emergence of wireless technology has altered robotics. Examples include systems we (and others) have built to solve problems in distributed robotics (e.g. localization, coverage, navigation, task allocation) using a network of sensors. I will discuss the algorithms we have devised for some of these tasks, and their characterization. I will argue that robotics can potentially alter the way wireless sensor networks are deployed, maintained, repaired, and replenished, illustrating once again with experimental systems we have built in the lab.
Sukhatme is an Assistant Professor in the Computer
Science Department at the
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