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Thread: Robotarium, remotely accessible swarm robotics research testbed, Georgia Tech, Atlanta, Georgia, USA

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    Robotarium experiment showcase - Coverage formation control

    Published on Apr 12, 2016

    Utilizing a decentralized coverage control algorithm, the GRITSbots assemble into formations!

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    Article "The Robotarium: A remotely accessible swarm robotics research testbed"

    by Daniel Pickem, Paul Glotfelter, Li Wang, Mark Mote, Aaron D. Ames, Eric Feron and Magnus Egerstedt
    June 29, 2017

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    Robots + Terrarium = Robotarium

    Published on Aug 15, 2017

    The Robotarium is a remotely accessible swarm robotics lab, developed at the Georgia Institute of Technology, that allows researchers and educators from all over the world to run swarm robotics experiments. Funded by the National Science Foundation and the Office for Naval Research, the Robotarium lets users upload control code. Once the experiment is conducted, Georgia Tech provides scientific data and videos. The Robotarium is ultimately about democratizing access — anyone with a good idea should be able to test it on a world-class research facility.

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    Robotarium introduction

    Published on Apr 3, 2019

    Welcome to the Robotarium. This video will introduce you to the free-to-use remotely-accessible swarm robotic testbed at Georgia Institute of Technology.

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