Intelligent Mobile Autonomous System
DREXEL UNIV PHILADELPHIA PA DEPT OF ELECTRICAL AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING
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This report contributes to a new rapidly developing area of autonomous robotics. Actual experience of dealing with autonomous robots or rather, robots with some elements of autonomy does not exceed just a couple of decades. And yet, the pace of development is so quick that a number of highly ambitious programs is in progress at the Universities, industrial corporations, and multiple research centers. These programs are focusing the effort of the scientists and engineers not only on the problem of autonomous mobility of robots, they are also premonishing the future stages of RD such as coordination of the relatively autonomous subsystems of the mobile robot, cooperation among several autonomous mobile robots working for the same goal, etc. Thus our results can be implemented in most of the contemporary systems which employ unmanned technology.