A reference architecture for managing variability among teleoperated service robots
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AuthorOrtiz Zaragoza, Francisco José; Pastor Franco, Juan Ángel; Alonso Cáceres, Diego; Losilla López, Fernando; Jódar Bonilla, María esther de
Research GroupDivisión de Sistemas e Ingeniería Electrónica (DSIE)
Knowledge AreaTecnología Electrónica
SponsorsThe DSIE wishes to thank the Spanish Government (CICYT) and the Regional Government of Murcia (Seneca Programmes) for their support: TIC2003- 07804-C05-02 and PB/5/FS/02.
Bibliographic CitationORTIZ ZARAGOZA, Francisco José, PASTOR FRANCO, Juan Ángel, ALONSO CÁCERES, Diego, LOSILLA LÓPEZ, Fernando, JÓDAR BONILLA, de, Mª Esther. A reference architecture for managing variability among teleoperated service robots. En: International Conference on Informatics in Control Automation and Robotics ICINCO. (2nd. : Septiembre 2005 : 2005)
KeywordsArquitectura de software
Control de robot
Teleoperated robots are used to perform hazardous tasks that human operators cannot carry out. The purpose of this paper is to present a new architecture (ACROSET) for the development of these systems that takes into account the current advances in robotic architectures while adopting the component-oriented approach. ACROSET provides a common framework for developing this kind of robotized systems and for integrating intelligent components. The architecture is currently being used, tested and improved in the development of a family of robots, teleoperated cranes and vehicles which perform environmentally friendly cleaning of ship-hull surfaces (the EFTCoR project).
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