BeBot: A Modular Mobile Miniature Robot Platform Supporting Hardware Reconfiguration and Multi-standard Communication

Herbrechtsmeier S, Witkowski U, Rückert U (2009)
In: Progress in Robotics, Communications in Computer and Information Science. Proceedings of the FIRA RoboWorld Congress 2009. 44. Incheon, Korea: Springer: 346-356.

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Mobile robots become more and more important in current research and education. Especially small ’on the table’ experiments attract interest, because they need no additional or special laboratory equipments. In this context platforms are desirable which are small, simple to access and relatively easy to program. An additional powerful information processing unit is advantageous to simplify the implementation of algorithm and the porting of software from desktop computers to the robot platform. In this paper we present a new versatile miniature robot that can be ideally used for research and education. The small size of the robot of about 9 cm edge length, its robust drive and its modular structure make the robot a general device for single and multi-robot experiments executed ’on the table’. For programming and evaluation the robot can be wirelessly connected via Bluetooth or WiFi. The operating system of the robot is based on the standard Linux kernel and the GNU C standard library. A player/stage model eases software development and testing.
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Herbrechtsmeier S, Witkowski U, Rückert U. BeBot: A Modular Mobile Miniature Robot Platform Supporting Hardware Reconfiguration and Multi-standard Communication. In: Progress in Robotics, Communications in Computer and Information Science. Proceedings of the FIRA RoboWorld Congress 2009. Vol 44. Incheon, Korea: Springer; 2009: 346-356.
Herbrechtsmeier, S., Witkowski, U., & Rückert, U. (2009). BeBot: A Modular Mobile Miniature Robot Platform Supporting Hardware Reconfiguration and Multi-standard Communication. Progress in Robotics, Communications in Computer and Information Science. Proceedings of the FIRA RoboWorld Congress 2009, 44, 346-356.
Herbrechtsmeier, S., Witkowski, U., and Rückert, U. (2009). “BeBot: A Modular Mobile Miniature Robot Platform Supporting Hardware Reconfiguration and Multi-standard Communication” in Progress in Robotics, Communications in Computer and Information Science. Proceedings of the FIRA RoboWorld Congress 2009, vol. 44, (Incheon, Korea: Springer), 346-356.
Herbrechtsmeier, S., Witkowski, U., & Rückert, U., 2009. BeBot: A Modular Mobile Miniature Robot Platform Supporting Hardware Reconfiguration and Multi-standard Communication. In Progress in Robotics, Communications in Computer and Information Science. Proceedings of the FIRA RoboWorld Congress 2009. no.44 Incheon, Korea: Springer, pp. 346-356.
S. Herbrechtsmeier, U. Witkowski, and U. Rückert, “BeBot: A Modular Mobile Miniature Robot Platform Supporting Hardware Reconfiguration and Multi-standard Communication”, Progress in Robotics, Communications in Computer and Information Science. Proceedings of the FIRA RoboWorld Congress 2009, vol. 44, Incheon, Korea: Springer, 2009, pp.346-356.
Herbrechtsmeier, S., Witkowski, U., Rückert, U.: BeBot: A Modular Mobile Miniature Robot Platform Supporting Hardware Reconfiguration and Multi-standard Communication. Progress in Robotics, Communications in Computer and Information Science. Proceedings of the FIRA RoboWorld Congress 2009. 44, p. 346-356. Springer, Incheon, Korea (2009).
Herbrechtsmeier, Stefan, Witkowski, Ulf, and Rückert, Ulrich. “BeBot: A Modular Mobile Miniature Robot Platform Supporting Hardware Reconfiguration and Multi-standard Communication”. Progress in Robotics, Communications in Computer and Information Science. Proceedings of the FIRA RoboWorld Congress 2009. Incheon, Korea: Springer, 2009.Vol. 44. 346-356.
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