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Cooperative Planning Architectures for Multi-Vehicle Autonomous Operations

By Jonathan Evans, Chris Sotzing, Pedro Patron and David Lane

Abstract

The force-multiplier advantages of multi-vehicle operations are well known, but to achieve the full benefits, suitable architectures that facilitate true cooperative autonomous planning must be realised. This study aims to review potential approaches from the existing literature on cooperative robotics, and through prototyping on real UxVs, de-risk the transition and future development of suitable technologies

Topics: Cooperation, Planning, Multi-Vehicle Systems, Autonomy Introduction and Research Aims
Year: 2010
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