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Extensible Hardware Architecture for Mobile Robots

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Extensible Hardware Architecture for Mobile Robots
— The Intelligent Robotics Group at NASA Ames Research Center has developed a new mobile robot hardware architecture designed for extensibility and reconfigurability. Currently implemented on the K9 rover, and soon to be integrated onto the K10 series of human-robot collaboration research robots, this achitecture allows for rapid changes in instrumentation configuration and provides a high degree of modularity through a synergistic mix of off-the-shelf and custom designed components, allowing eased transplantation into a wide variety of mobile robot platforms. A component level overview of this architecture is presented along with a description of the changes required for implementation on K10, followed by plans for future work.
Eric Park, Linda Kobayashi, Susan Y. Lee
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Type Conference
Year 2005
Where ICRA
Authors Eric Park, Linda Kobayashi, Susan Y. Lee
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