Sökning: "George Nikolakopoulos"
Visar resultat 1 - 5 av 16 avhandlingar innehållade orden George Nikolakopoulos.
1. Synergistic Strategies in Multi-Robot Systems: Exploring Task Assignment and Multi-Agent Pathfinding
Sammanfattning : Robots are increasingly utilized in industry for their capability to perform repetitive,complex tasks in environments unsuitable for humans. This surge in robotic applicationshas spurred research into Multi-Robot Systems (MRS), which aim to tackle complex tasksrequiring collaboration among multiple robots, thereby boosting overall efficiency. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : In this thesis we are going to explore what the operational core, both mathematically and algorithmically, of an Aerial Robotic Worker consists of, in order to estimate its egomotion and parameters, and adaptively control the aerial vehicle. Moreover, the aim of this thesis is to be a condensed reference for the corresponding areas of aerial robotics, in order to provide a stable and complete foundation on which one can continue research on. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : Falls, Fear of falling (FoF), and low balance confidence pose significant threats to health and independence among older people. This thesis aims to study humans’ postural and balance mechanisms, from analyzing the effect of multisensory inputs on balance performance and balance-related concerns to modeling the postural sway through physical dynamics and data-driven approaches. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : Micro Aerial Vehicles (MAVs) are platforms that have received significant research resources within robotics community, since they are characterized by simple mechanical design and versatile movement. These platforms possess capabilities that are suitable for complex task execution, in situations which are impossible or dangerous for the human operator to perform, as well as to reduce the operating costs and increase the overall efficiency of the operation. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : This compilation thesis presents two main contributions in path planning and obstacle avoidance, as well as an integration of the proposed modules with other frameworks to enable resilient robotic missions in complex environments.In general, through different types of robotic missions it is important to have a collision tolerant and reliable system, both regarding potential risks from collisions with dynamic and static obstacles, but also to secure the overall mission success. LÄS MER