System design and control framework for an autonomous mobile robot application on predefined ferromagnetic surfaces

2000-01-01
Fettahlioglu, M
Ersak, Aydın
Maintenance tasks of ferromagnetic. surfaces present a suitable field for robotic applications. A system and controller software design satisfying the system requirements of an autonomous robotic system moving on a ferromagnetic surface accomplishing several tasks such as crack detection, welding, painting and emergency recovery actions is presented. The controller software developed here is a hierarchical control system based on the RCS Reference Model Architecture. The software shell and selected developed modules of the controller are presented.
INTELLIGENT PROBLEM SOLVING: METHODOLOGIES AND APPROACHES, PRODEEDINGS

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Citation Formats
M. Fettahlioglu and A. Ersak, “System design and control framework for an autonomous mobile robot application on predefined ferromagnetic surfaces,” INTELLIGENT PROBLEM SOLVING: METHODOLOGIES AND APPROACHES, PRODEEDINGS, pp. 705–710, 2000, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/62426.