3 edition of DOE/NIST Workshop on Common Architectures for Robotic Systems found in the catalog.
DOE/NIST Workshop on Common Architectures for Robotic Systems
by U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Institute of Standards and Technology in Gaithersburg, MD
Written in English
|Statement||Richard Quintero, editor ; sponsored by U.S. Department of Energy.|
|Series||NIST special publication -- 784.|
|Contributions||Quintero, Richard., United States. Dept. of Energy., National Institute of Standards and Technology (U.S.). Robot Systems Division.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings)|
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DOE/NIST Workshop on Common Architectures for Robotic Systems (1st: Gaithersburg, Md.). DOE/NIST workshop on common architectures for robotic systems.
Gaithersburg, Md.: National Institute of Standards and Technology, Robot Systems. Title: DoE/NIST Workshop on Common Architectures for Robotic Systems Author: Quintero, R.
Published: National Institute of Standards and Technology Special PublicationApril Keywords: Standards, DOE, Standard Architecture, Intelligent Machines, TeleoperationCited by: By Md.) DOE/NIST Workshop on Common Architectures for Robotic Systems (1st: Gaithersburg, Richard.
Quintero, National Institute of Standards and Technology (U.S.) and United States. Quintero, National Institute of Standards and Technology (U.S.) and United States.
The purpose of the workshop was to inform, discuss, and assess past, present, and anticipated future uses of robotic technologies in safety applications and activities at nuclear facilities.
A technical exchange of experiences and information related to the use of mobile and stationary robots in challenging environments at nuclear and non-nuclear industrial facilities that are hazardous to humans.
Architectures form the backbone of complete robotic sys- tems. The right choice of architecture can go a long way in facilitating the specification, implementation and valida- tion of robotic systems.
Conversely, of course, the wrong choice can make one's life miserable. reported research on software architectures for robotic systems. It is a timely effort to analyze the collective impact of existing research on architectural solutions for robotic software.
applications R&D collaborations between DOE and NIST Instrumentation Workshop” –Sitting in on Architecture, High Accuracy, Security, Management, and Upkeep subcommittee telecons –Preparing document outlining how IEEE can operate in an environment where security is a concern.
DOE/NIST Collaboration Paul D. Ewing Oak Ridge National Laboratory. [email protected] Communication Systems (TAACCS) Group – • Invited talk on timing at I -PCGRID Workshop in San Francisco, March 30 – April 1, IEEE P Working Group.
The research plan has five research thrusts, which will share the Program's testbeds and jointly work with industry to define relevant scenarios to drive the research.
Performance Assessment Framework for Robotic Systems. Performance of Collaborative Robot Systems. Agility Performance of Robotic Systems.
Robotics Test Facility. Located on the NIST Gaithersburg campus, the Robotics Test Facility – also known as Building – is a laboratory for developing standard methods of measuring. OAGi and NIST are holding a workshop to bring these three groups together. And, to get them talking about best approaches, from their individual perspectives, to address these three goals.
To provide a forum for this exchange, we will be asking participants to answer a number of important questions that help identify business needs, technical. Robotic systems for experimentation and science (such as some listed above) might allow everyone unlimited access.
But, robotics systems in the infrastructure may have moving actuators that can be dangerous in the wrong hands. Also, like other Internet systems, some robots may deal with sensitive data, such as a medical diagnostics robot. NIST Enterprise Architecture Model is a reference model for Enterprise Architecture, that illustrates the interrelationship of enterprise business, information, and technology environments.
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NIST's research facilities are located at Gaithersburg, MDand at Boulder, CO Major technical operating units and their principal activities are listed below. August 3, PSP Book - in x in Handbook-Collective-Robotics 4 Architectures and Control of Networked Robotic Systems forming pick-up and delivery tasks in a warehouse and guiding people in a shop.
OPEN ARCHITECTURE PLATFORMS FOR THE CONTROL OF ROBOTIC SYSTEMS AND A PROPOSED REFERENCE ARCHITECTURE MODEL UDC Summary This paper presents advantages of using open architecture for the real-time control of robot manipulators, parallel kinematics machine tools and other multi-axis machining Size: 1MB.
The Advanced Explosive Ordnance Disposal Robotic System (AEODRS) is a Navy- sponsored acquisition program developing a new generation of open, modular EOD robotic systems.
In a previous paper, we described a common architecture for the AEODRS family of systems. The foundation of that architecture is the careful partitioning of an EOD robotic systemAuthor: Mark A. Hinton, Matthew S.
Johannes, Michael J. Zeher, Matthew V. Kozlowski. • ʺA cyber-physical system (CPS) integratescomputing, communication and storage capabilities with monitoring and / or control of entities in the physical world, and must do so dependably, safely, securely, efficiently and in real-time.“ – S.
Shankar Sastry, UC Berkeley • Cyber-physical systems .The Common Approach to Federal Enterprise Architecture is OMB policy on EA standards. FEAv2 is the implementation of the Common Approach, it provides design and analysis methods to support shared service implementation, DGS, IRM Strategic Plans, and PortfolioStat investment reviews.
IRM Strategic Plan The Role of Enterprise Architecture 3.Aims and Scope Robotics and Autonomous Systems will carry articles describing fundamental developments in the field of robotics, with special emphasis on autonomous systems.
An important goal of this journal is to extend the state of the art in both symbolic and sensory based robot control and learning in the context of autonomous systems.