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Wednesday, June 26 • 11:00am - 11:50am
SA2: Wireless Communication & Localization in Resource-Constrained Multi-Agent Robotic Systems

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Microrobotic systems could have a wide range of applications such as search and rescue, agricultural management, and subterranean exploration. Emerging microrobotic systems, such as insect-sized hexapods and postage-stamp-sized ionocrafts will have strict computational limitations imposed by size, power, and weight constraints. These limitations include significantly reduced wireless communication range and limited image processing power. As a result of these limitations, conventional communication and localization methods aren’t well-suited for multi-agent microrobotic systems. Low power wireless sensor networks are a potentially suitable framework for communication due to their very low power consumption, low computational overhead, and support for multi-hop relayed communication. With its modest computational requirements, lighthouse localization could be a viable method of localization for resource-constrained systems. This session discusses the challenges facing localization and communication in microrobotic systems, and distributed localization in robotic wireless sensor networks using lighthouse technology.

Speakers
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Brian Kilberg

Researcher, Berkeley Sensor & Actuator Center (BSAC)
Brian currently is a PhD researcher in Kris Pister research lab at the Berkeley Sensor & Actuator Center (BSAC), UC Berkeley. His current interests include micro-robotics, integrated circuit design, wireless sensors and WSN


Wednesday June 26, 2019 11:00am - 11:50am
Executive Ballroom C