Cloud Robotics Model

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Mester, Gyula (2015)
  • Publisher: Croatian Interdisciplinary Society
  • Journal: Interdisciplinary Description of Complex Systems : INDECS, volume 13, issue 1, pages 1-8 (issn: 1334-4684, eissn: 1334-4676)
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.7906/indecs.13.1.1
  • Subject: Social sciences (General) | H1-99 | service robotics | cloud robotics | robotics | service robotics, cloud technologies, robotics, cloud robotics, service models | service models | cloud technologies | service robotics; cloud technologies; robotics; cloud robotics; service models
    • jel: jel:O31

Cloud Robotics was born from the merger of service robotics and cloud technologies. It allows robots to benefit from the powerful computational, storage, and communications resources of modern data centres. Cloud robotics allows robots to take advantage of the rapid increase in data transfer rates to offload tasks without hard real time requirements. Cloud Robotics has rapidly gained momentum with initiatives by companies such as Google, Willow Garage and Gostai as well as more than a dozen active research projects around the world. The presentation summarizes the main idea, the definition, the cloud model composed of essential characteristics, service models and deployment models, planning task execution and beyond. Finally some cloud robotics projects are discussed.
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