Transportation networksControl of networks Abstract:
As it is well known, robots are complex devices capable of performing very fast and precise movements.
Developing robots and its controllers is a very challenge task due to the different technologies that are needed to be dealt access to peripherals, real-time operating systems, communications … and the amounts of programming work that is needed.
Moreover, this work needs to be repeated in most cases when a new robot is developed again.
So, a new way for developing the code implemented for controlling these robots that allows to reuse it in a safe way is needed. In this paper, the Orocos Open Robot Control Software middleware has been chosen for the controller development.
Orocos is a real-time middleware, focused to control systems, especially those related to robotics and automation. Its greatest advantage over the other solutions available is the capability to provide an off-the-shelf hard real-time operation.
This is essential in most of the robotics applications, converting this middleware in a very suitable piece of software. Since Orocos is a component-based middleware, several CBSD component-based software development techniques have been used to design and implement the control system.
Thus, using a modular control structure, a number of advantages can be achieved such as code reusability, execution of the modules in a distributed way, ability to load or instantiate a module several times, easy following of flow execution and fewer programming errors.Under even the most-aggressive test driving assumptions, it would take existing fleets of autonomous vehicles tens and even hundreds of years to log sufficient miles to adequately assess the.
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