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When Robots Hit the Road: New Challenges in Multi-Vehicle Coordination and Control

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The practical realization of multi-robot systems includes two important domains that are signaling strong growth: transport (e.g., automated truck platoons, multi-vehicle ride-sharing) and logistic operations (e.g., warehouse robots, automated pickup and delivery). The commonality of these two application domains is that they require solutions to core problems such as multi-robot task assignment and path planning. In this talk, I shed some light on new challenges in these areas, and present insights that pertain to resilience, heterogeneity, and privacy.

This talk is part of the Computer Laboratory Wednesday Seminars series.

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