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Towards the Development of an Ubiquitous Networked Robot Systems for Ambient Assisted Living

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Towards the Development of an Ubiquitous Networked Robot Systems for Ambient Assisted Living
—Robotic middlewares increasingly allow the seamless integration of multiple heterogeneous robots into one distributed system. With the inclusion of ambient intelligence and pervasive computing, very simple devices such as WSN motes mounted sensors and actuators, rfid-tag attached everyday objects or smart objects should also be considered as part of this incorporation. Humans should also be a part of this NRS since one of the main objectives of this integrated robot systems is to serve humans. We argue that this inclusion of motes like tiny sensoractuator devices, simple everyday objects and humans as part of the NRS brings many advantages when tasks are performed by cooperation. In order to achieve the goal, presenting all them in a robot middleware, my research (PhD) study has been started since Aug 2006. This paper represents our approach and achievement till today. In this study, models are inherited as well as proposed depending on the existing works. As the proof-ofconcept, a...
Jayedur Rashid
Added 19 Aug 2010
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Type Conference
Year 2010
Where SUTC
Authors Jayedur Rashid
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