Students of the minor Adaptive Robotics at Fontys Engineering created a a centralised controller for collaborative load transportation in Automated Guided Vehicles (AGV) fleets. This is an Open Source research project focused on the control of multiple robots in rigid formations, also know as Virtual Structures.
The name of this student team is: Cordyceps.
Student team members:
Sara van Eersel
Jordi Espina Font
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