Investigation of homogeneous multi robots communication via bluetooth
Abdul Halim, Ismail
Mohd Nasir, Ayob
Hassrizal, Hassan Basri
Wan Khairunizam, Wan Ahmad, Dr.
Shahriman, Abu Bakar, Dr.
Muhamad Safwan, Muhamad Azmi
N, Abdul Rahim
M, Azri Aziz
Mohd Sani, Mohamad Hashim
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Task assignments to team of homogenous autonomous robots are in research trends in robotic field. Autonomous homogeneous multi-robot is known to have similar architecture in terms of structure and identical control system as well as their tasking. At present, most research of multi-robot mainly focuses on motion control layer. Nevertheless, a successful control and coordination of a group of robot rely on effective inter-robot communication. In this paper, in depth investigation of the Bluetooth between two homogenous mobile robots, namely MechA and MechI, is presented. MechA is pre-programmed with dedicated movement, and upon completion the data acquired is sent to MechI for coordination. A distance-based measurement was made for comparison, giving a reliable data for crisp observation. Coordination of multi-robots can be done by controlling the movement of each mobile robot through wireless communication between mobile robots with error distance of 0.0322 ± 0.0147 m.
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