METHODICAL APPROACH TO ESTIMATION OF AUTONOMOUS CONTROL SYSTEMS FOR GROUND ROBOTIC COMPLEXES OF MEDIUM AND HEAVY CLASSES FOR MILITARY PURPOSE

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METHODICAL APPROACH TO ESTIMATION OF AUTONOMOUS CONTROL SYSTEMS FOR GROUND ROBOTIC COMPLEXES OF MEDIUM AND HEAVY CLASSES FOR MILITARY PURPOSE

O.S. Baturin
Ministry of Defence of the Russian Federation - Main Robotics Research and Test Center, Deputy Head of the Main Center, 5, Seregina ul. pr., Moscow, 125167, Russia, tel.: +7(962)984-65-17, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

E.A. Antokhin
Ministry of Defence of the Russian Federation - Main Robotics Research and Test Center, Head of Research Department of the Test, 5, Seregina ul. pr., Moscow, 125167, Russia, tel.: +7(962)984-65-17, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

E.V. Efremov
PhD in Technical Sciences, Ministry of Defence of the Russian Federation - Main Robotics Research and Test
Center, Senior Research Scientist, 5, Seregina ul. pr., Moscow, 125167, Russia, tel.: +7(962)984-65-17, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Abstract
In the article methodical approach to testing systems for autonomous control of ground robotic systems of medium and heavy classes for military purpose is proposed. Security measures during conducting those tests are reviewed especially.

Key words
Robotic system for military purposes, performance evaluation systems, autonomous motion control system, safety testing.

Bibliographic description 
Baturin, O., Antokhin, E., Efremov, E. (2017). Methodical approach to estimation of autonomous control systems for ground robotic complexes of medium and heavy classes for military purpose. Robotics and Technical Cybernetics, 3(16), pp.33-37.

UDC identifier
001.8:62-5:007.52:623

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