A Framework for Sharing Intelligence among Mobile Robots on a Network

N.K. Toppo and S.B. Nair (India)


Robotics, Internet, Intelligence, Web Services.


The use of robots has dramatically expanded the potential of e-services. Intelligent robotic systems have been extensively used in a variety of different ways, both in industry and domestic life. In recent years, several researchers have been using the Internet as a command transmission medium to control intelligent robots and obtain feedback signals. This kind of system limits users to issue only dedicated commands and does not empower them to reprogram the system. This paper describes a framework to deploy robots, access them over a network and facilitate sharing of knowledge to realize an intelligent multi-robot society. The paper also discusses the development of a framework, which can aid in programming several robots. The framework can also coordinate their tasks by passing different degrees of intelligence using web services.

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