Autonomous Mission control for an under-water robotic-sub. Yuval Deri ,Osher Cohen Academic Mentor prof' Ronen Brafman Technical Mentor Prof' Hugo Guterman. 01/05/2012. Every Year the AUVSI foundation , conducts a competition for building Autonomous Underwater Vehicles (AUV).
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Autonomous Mission control
for an under-water robotic-sub
Yuval Deri ,Osher Cohen
prof' Ronen Brafman
Prof' Hugo Guterman
Every Year the AUVSI foundation , conducts
a competition for building Autonomous Underwater
The AUV must complete a series of tasks at
a limited time without the intervention of an operator
For the first time ever, a team of 20 students from
Ben-Gurion University will take part in this
Develop an Autonomous mission control
for the AUV.
Map the known area and navigate trough it
Task prioritizing, Task monitoring, control
Robots are awesome
An autonomous vehicle is able accomplish tasks
at deeper and more dangerous areas
since it doesn't require constant communication
Using A.I. In robots is a well known challenge
and has a lot of Uses.
Robots are awesome (did I mentioned that?)
What we will do in this project
The module will be developed in C++
using the ROS library and the gazebo simulator.
The development will be in two stages:
Stage 1: developing the module to work in a simulated
environment using “mock controllers”
to simulate the other modules operations.
Stage 2: integrating the developed module in the robot.