MP3: Michael Rubenstein - Managing Many Robots

19.11.2010

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Michael Rubenstein - Managing Many Robots MP3

One of the big challenges in Self Re-Configuring Modular Robotics is to handle the large number of robots that are involved. Controlling thousands of robots is hard, and doing so reliably and efficiently is even harder. Michael Rubenstein talks about building, managing and controlling 1024 robots. He talks about the many challenges the sheer number of robots leads to and how you can handle them. Source: itc.conversationsnetwork.org

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