INROSY—Intelligent Networked RObotics SYstems with reconfigurable exogenous system sensing
INROSY—Intelligent Networked RObotics SYstems with reconfigurable exogenous system sensing.
Researchers: Klas Nilsson, Dept. Computer Science, Rolf Johansson and Anders Robertsson in cooperation with Prof. Il Hong Suh, Hanyang University, Seoul, Korea.
STINT-KOSEF Institutional Grant for cooperation with Hanyang University (Prof. Il Hong Suh), Seoul, Korea.
Nowadays, we are living with automation systems that have intelligence such as cleaning robot, human care robot and guiding robot within everyday life. These robots will be key components of our daily life. It is true that quality of our life can be improved by these robots. Unlike the industrial robots that continuously repeat their given jobs in a fixed environment, service robots have to provide event-driven services, while keeping natural human-robot interaction in dynamic changing environment. Therefore, intelligence including sensory-motor coordination is thought as a core element of everyday life robot. The intelligence of a robot depends on the cognitive ability for environment, and how the robot acts properly with cognitive results.
In this project, we address research issues on software architectures for reactive, cognitive behavior in robotics work spaces.