subCULTron
SUBMARINE CULTURES PERFORM LONG-TERM ROBOTIC EXPLORATION OF UNCONVENTIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL NICHES

subCULTron aims for achieving long-term autonomy in a learning, self-regulating, self-sustaining underwater society/culture of robots in a high-impact application area: Venice, Italy. Our heterogeneous system consists of 3 different agent types: On the sea-ground, artificial mussels are the collective long-term memory of the system, allowing information to stay beyond the runtime of other agents, thus allowing to continue learning from previously learned states.…read more┬á

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“Reactive underwater object inspection based on artificial electric sense”

V. Lebastard, F. Boyer, S. Lanneau, “Reactive underwater object inspection based on artificial electric sense” Read more

Division of Labour based on Partitioning Social Inhibition

Payam Zahadat, Sibylle Hahshold, Ronald Thenius, Karl Crailsheim, Thomas Schmickl: From Honeybees to Robots and Read more

Organising bodyformation of modular autonomous robots using Virtual Embryogenesis

M. Dauschan, R. Thenius, K. Crailsheim and T. Schmickl: Organising bodyformation of modular autonomous robots Read more

 

future.arte.tv

Fische, Muscheln und Seerosen: ein Roboter-├ľkosystem in der Lagune von Venedig

“Throw in” workshop – Italy 2016

Workshops can be intense but they are also crucial and productive. Its the time when Read more

boredomresearch and subCULTron

On March 17th to 18th in Amsterdam the FEAT-Workshop took place. In the wonderful environment Read more