@Home League

The RoboCup@Home league aims to develop service and assistive robot technology with high relevance for future personal domestic applications. It is the largest international annual competition for autonomous service robots and is part of the RoboCup initiative.

Downloads Papers A Blackboard Based Implementation of a Mobile Robot Architecture
Overview Search Downloads Submit file Up
Download details
A Blackboard Based Implementation of a Mobile Robot Architecture
This paper describes the software that controls the autonomous service robot called Justina, built in the laboratory of Bio-robotics at the National University of Mexico. The robot is based on the ViRbot architecture for autonomous mobile robots operation. ViRbot defines a robotics system that consist on several modules that, in overall, operates a mobile robot. those systems are a human-robot interaction interface based on Natural Language Processing, for understanding voice and gesture commands, Conceptual Dependence, Action Planning, based on the sensor's information and the state of the robot, and a set of Subtasks, performed by a Simple Task Planner which coordinates several modules that process information from the sensors and controls the hardware. For simplifying task planning along with real time awareness, all modules communicate with each other through a central module called Blackboard, which supports shared variables, with publisher/subscriber pattern, and message passing.


Size 1.17 MB
Downloads 663
Author Matamoros, Mauricio
Created 2015-09-14 23:36:16
Created by System
Changed at 2015-09-14 23:37:14
Modified by Gzork


Contact us

Laboratorio de Bio.Robótica
Segundo Piso, Edificio T - "Bernardo Quintana Arrioja"
Facultad de Ingeniería,
Teléfono: 5622-3041