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Autonomous Systems, 2005. The IEE Forum on (Ref. No. 2005/11271)

Date 28 Nov. 2005

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  • The IEE Forum on: Autonomous Systems [2005]

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  • IEE Forum on: Autonomous Systems

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  • Autonomy: beyond OODA?

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    As humans few of us are aware of the complexity of our own orientation process, but to develop a truly autonomous system we need to recognise these needs and to find ways by which they can be achieved by a system. This presentation begins to provide an understanding of the complexities of this problem and a possible representation of OODA for an autonomous system. View full abstract»

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  • An architectural approach to the challenges arising from the exploitation of autonomous systems

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    Effective multinational capability delivery in networked enabled capability is impacted by legacy systems, multinational operation command and control, the establishment of common understanding, and effective decision-making. Using a combat search and rescue (CSAR) vignette as a backdrop, this paper discusses these challenges in terms of the advances in autonomous technologies, associated architec... View full abstract»

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  • ANSER past and present - multi UAV experimental research

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    The goal of the Autonomous Navigation and Sensing Experimental Research (ANSER) project is to develop decentralised data fusion (DDF) and simultaneous localization and map building (SLAM) algorithms. This presentation outlines algorithmic research and experimental program undertaken in ANSER, and describe algorithms demonstrated in real time aboard uninhabited air vehicles (UAVs) and look toward n... View full abstract»

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  • Collaborating multi robotic agents for operations in inaccessible environments

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    This paper introduces a novel system where identical miniaturised robotic agents with limited capabilities collaborate to form a team that is capable of sophisticated tasks within inaccessible environments. Each autonomous entity is based on the biologically inspired spiking neural networks (SNNs) and communicates using pulses or spikes, with the weighting of the SNN evolved using an adaptive gene... View full abstract»

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  • Fundamental design issues in cooperative UV systems

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    This presentation address multiple, cooperative, autonomous unmanned vehicle (UV) systems, in which a complementary mixture of relatively low-performance UVs are designed to outperform a smaller number of much more capable (and hence expensive) UVs. Considerable complexity emerges through the interaction of autonomous systems, and the nature of key design issues regarding situational awareness and... View full abstract»

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  • Power line inspection - a UAV concept

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    Power line inspection by unmanned aerial vehicles brings into play the perspectives of electricity companies (the potential end-user), civil UAV systems manufacturers (potential technology suppliers) and the regulatory authorities. This paper addresses these themes in the context of a new concept for UAV power line inspection that is based on a small, electrically driven rotorcraft drawing its pow... View full abstract»

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  • Automating answers to "where am i?"

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    In many situations, large-scale, long term deployment of an autonomous vehicle requires an ability to navigate in arbitrary workspaces and must be able to establish "where am I what surrounds me?". This paper describe simultaneous localisation and mapping (SLAM)techniques and implementations in which an autonomous vehicle explores its workspace using onboard sensors and inextricably binds together... View full abstract»

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  • Interactive to autonomous systems

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    This paper looks at aviation systems, and particularly at where breakdowns have occurred, to examine some of the issues faced in the design of systems comprising autonomous "components", in which situations, resources, activity and responsibilities are shared as joint activities. From this, closer consideration is given to the notions of shared knowledge, awareness and collaboration, and these are... View full abstract»

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  • Outline safety case for the use of autonomous UAVs in unsegregated airspace

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    Uninhibited air vehicles (UAVs) are routinely deployed in segregated airspace, however, due to organisational difficulty they are only partially integrated with normal air traffic in exceptional circumstances. This presentation examines the correct operation of UAV's software and the formal analysis of the SOAR agent programming language as contributions to the safe deployment of future military U... View full abstract»

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