USE OF THE MOBILE ROBOT GROUPS FOR RESCUE MISSIONS PERFORMANCE IN MARINE CONDITIONS

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USE OF THE MOBILE ROBOT GROUPS FOR RESCUE MISSIONS PERFORMANCE IN MARINE CONDITIONS

I.A. Vasilyev
PhD in Technical Sciences, Russian State Scientific Center for Robotics and Technical Cybernetics (RTC), Head of Laboratory, 21, Tikhoretsky pr., Saint-Petersburg, 194064, Russia, tel.: +7(906)250-06-91, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Received 30 June 2017.

Abstract
This paper opens up a planned series of articles on the use of robotic groups for rescue of people in distress in marine conditions. Rescuing people in distress through autonomous means is a very difficult problem. The paper contains initial considerations on this matter. Here the solution of the problem is solved with the help of the grouping of rescue robots. The general principles of grouping, dividing it into subgroups with different functional content are considered.

Key words
Robot, rescue, rescue mission, navigation, localization, mapping.

Bibliographic description 
Vasilyev, I. (2017). Use of the mobile robot groups for rescue missions performance in marine conditions. Robotics and Technical Cybernetics, 4(17), pp.6-9.

UDC identifier
004.896:007.52

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