Robot programming based on Multi Agent System

Robot programming methodology based on multi-agent systems using the new Arduino development board Galileo, PcDuino-I-II-III and Cubieboard


Using arduino as a prototyping platform, has made a big difference as a tool for teaching programmed electronics. This platform has allowed access to electronic programmed to any person who was previously not possible with other technologies. Since it was necessary to be studying a related with electronics or computer systems career for this knowledge. Arduino has opened the door for anyone to create their projects from artists, children, students with no knowledge or electronics, etc. This platform has been used for building robots, automation and even wearables arduino.
Arduino with the passing of the years has evolved dualmilanove arduino with many design development boards like Arduino Mega or Mega ADK, which are integrated with more powerful processors like Arduino Galileo, Arduino Yun and Arduino Tre which has not come sale. These new platforms allow operating systems such as Linux thereby increasing the ability to build spectacular applications.
One of the most striking is the use of arduino robotics. Any college student or professional training in electronics and even high school student, dreams of building a robot. Particularly in my case, I have dreamed of robotics since age 10. But anyone with a knowledge of electronics and Arduino, you will notice that due to hardware limitations this is impossible. The most we could do is use the arduino like control unit hardware and have the IA on a PC. This raises a number of issues that will be addressed later. This is something that does not happen with the new generation of Arduinos which have the possibility of installing operating systems. It allows us to have more processing power and storage to install tools. With these new Arduino and in particular Galileo Arduino is intended to propose a new programming methodology, based on the IA tool Multi-Agent systems (SMA).

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