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Low-Cost Robots in the Internet of Things: Hardware, Software & Communication Aspects

Abstract : In the future, the Internet will not only connect computers and smart objects, but also a wide variety of semi-and fully-autonomous robots. This paper focuses on low-cost robots, and studies the recent convergence between low-cost robot hardware and IoT hardware. The potential for further convergence is then explored in terms of common embedded software platforms and common communication protocols, which could be used on both low-end IoT devices and low-cost robots. Finally, a proof-of-concept is provided based on RIOT and Aversive++ as software platform, show-cased running on a low-cost four-legged IoT robot.
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Loïc Dauphin, Hauke Petersen, Cédric Adjih, Emmanuel Baccelli. Low-Cost Robots in the Internet of Things: Hardware, Software & Communication Aspects. NextMote Workshop - ​Next Generation Platforms for the Cyber-Physical Internet , Feb 2017, Uppsala, Sweden. ⟨hal-01666441⟩

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