Pheromone Robotics

All about Pheromone Robots and Robot Swarms


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Reply EdwardUtevy
5:49 PM on September 11, 2017 
Hello. And Bye.
Reply Victor Guana
12:14 AM on April 8, 2009 
Hey, I think you are doing a very nice job, keep developing. I am from Uniandes, Computer engineering department (Colombia). We also research on distributed software architectures for robots. It would be nice that we can share our results together.
Reply Kevin Martin
8:01 PM on July 6, 2007 
Nice job Dave!
Reply Shishir Bashyal
9:28 PM on June 8, 2007 
Innovative approach for Swarm Mobilization in a planar surface.
Reply Marco <[email protected]>
5:54 PM on August 13, 2006 
A very interesting field! A lot of similar research seems to be going on at universities as well (MIT, GaTech, etc...)
Reply Eric <[email protected]>
6:51 PM on May 4, 2006 
sweet, wish i can be part of it. :) always facinated by robotic programming. keep up the good work!
Reply sam <[email protected]>
4:56 PM on April 26, 2006 
nice. the use of palm pilots is interesting.. i'd love to know more about that...
Reply Richard Vaughan
2:02 PM on March 21, 2006 
Great to have these videos online: I'll show them to my class today. I'll link here from my lab page. - rtv
Reply David Payton
8:08 PM on March 13, 2006 
Post your comments and links to other references and relevant web pages here. Eventually, I'll try to add them into the Links page.

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