Escenarios Online para Robots: Diseño y Utilización

Gerard T. McKee, Andrew J. Gatward

Resumen

NETROLAB, que fue un precursor importante de los trabajos realizados en el proyecto TORUS más recientemente. Este último incluyó el desarrollo del Digger Arena, nuestro primer robot online para ser utilizado como apoyo en la enseñanza de estudiantes universitarios de robótica e inteligencia artificial. Estos proyectos nos han aportado unos conocimientos valiosos en el diseño de escenarios de robots online, incluyendo su infraestructura física y computacional. Finalmente se realiza una evaluación del Digger Arena con respeto a seis aspectos importantes para el empleo de sistemas de robots online como una tecnología didáctica, y se presenta una breve descripción de los futuros desarrollos.

Palabras clave

Robots en Internet; escenarios robóticos; tecnología didáctica

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