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The use of micro and nano-robots and actuators in biomedicine is growing, thus promoting the design of ever more accurate and capable robots. In this work we propose a design flow for the controllers of such type of robots. The corresponding algorithms must be implemented so that they carry out the tasks within the constraints imposed by the application and the size of the robots. The result design flow combines multi-robot system methodologies, agent-based architectures, and HW/SW co-design in order to be adapted to the characteristics of these types of robots.