Event-Based Control Strategy for Mobile Robots in Wireless Environments
AbstractIn this paper, a new event-based control strategy for mobile robots is presented. It has been designed to work in wireless environments where a centralized controller has to interchange information with the robots over an RF (radio frequency) interface. The event-based architectures have been developed for differential wheeled robots, although they can be applied to other kinds of robots in a simple way. The solution has been checked over classical navigation algorithms, like wall following and obstacle avoidance, using scenarios with a unique or multiple robots. A comparison between the proposed architectures and the classical discrete-time strategy is also carried out. The experimental results shows that the proposed solution has a higher efficiency in communication resource usage than the classical discrete-time strategy with the same accuracy. View Full-Text
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Socas, R.; Dormido, S.; Dormido, R.; Fabregas, E. Event-Based Control Strategy for Mobile Robots in Wireless Environments. Sensors 2015, 15, 30076-30092.
Socas R, Dormido S, Dormido R, Fabregas E. Event-Based Control Strategy for Mobile Robots in Wireless Environments. Sensors. 2015; 15(12):30076-30092.Chicago/Turabian Style
Socas, Rafael; Dormido, Sebastián; Dormido, Raquel; Fabregas, Ernesto. 2015. "Event-Based Control Strategy for Mobile Robots in Wireless Environments." Sensors 15, no. 12: 30076-30092.