In the development of mobile robotic systems, a robotic architecture plays a crucial role in interconnecting
all the sub-systems and controlling the system. The design of robotic architectures for mobile autonomous
robots is a challenging and complex task. With a number of existing architectures and tools to choose from,
a review of the existing robotic architecture is essential. This paper surveys the different paradigms in robotic
architectures. A classification of the existing robotic architectures and comparison of different proposals
attributes and properties have been carried out. The paper also provides a view on the current state of
designing robot architectures. It also proposes a conceptual model of a generalised robotic architecture for
mobile autonomous robots.
Alatise, Mary B.; Hancke, Gerhard P.(MDPI Publishing, 2017-09-21)
Using a single sensor to determine the pose estimation of a device cannot give accurate
results. This paper presents a fusion of an inertial sensor of six degrees of freedom (6-DoF) which
comprises the 3-axis of an ...
Tlale, Nkgatho S.(Southern African Institute for Industrial Engineering, 2006-11)
The modular design of a wall-climbing robot, implementing two articulated legs per
module (biped robotic modules), is presented in this paper. Modular design improves a wall-climbing robot’s manoeuvrability and flexibility ...
Yao, Yao; Marchal, Kathleen; Van de Peer, Yves(Public Library of Science, 2014-03-05)
One of the important challenges in the field of evolutionary robotics is the development of systems that can adapt to a
changing environment. However, the ability to adapt to unknown and fluctuating environments is not ...