TeamBots is being used by a number of researchers and educators
around the world.
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- In research:
- Mitchell Potter and
at the Naval Research
are using JavaSoccer as a domain for the investigation of
evolutionary computation. They plan to run
the evolved strategies on Nomad Scout robots.
- Ashwin Ram
and Irfan Essa
at Georgia Tech
are leading a project aimed at developing a "robot pet"
The long-term objective of this research is to build
an intelligent, adaptive, user-friendly agent that displays
different emotional states and a wide range of behaviors.
Their software controls an ISR Pebbles robot using TeamBots.
- Paul Rybski
and Sascha A. Stoeter
University of Minnesota
are using TeamBots as a platform for the investigation of
robot navigation across variable terrain.
is using JavaSoccer as a platform for the development of
robot soccer strategies for
- Darrin Bentivegna
at Georgia Tech's
Mobile Robot Laboratory
is using TeamBots as a platform to investigate how
groups of robots can be commanded by a human
using visual gestures/signals. He has integrated
TeamBots with one of Newton Lab's Cognachrome vision system
on a Nomad 150 robot.
- TeamBots software controlled Georgia Tech's winning
multi-robot entry in the 1997 AAAI Mobile Robot Competition.
- Asif Razaq
Queen Mary University of London
is implementing support for Khepera robots in TeamBots.
He is investigating robot soccer using the Khepera platform.
- In education:
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