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Wednesday, 24 November 2010 16:32

The swarm group from the Bristol Robotics Laboratory has released, as open-hardware, the design of a Linux  extension board for the e-puck robot.  This extension board is based on a 32-bit ARM9 microprocessor and provides wireless network support. It runs an embedded Linux operating system, along with a Debian-based port of the root file system stored in a Micro SD card.  The extended e-puck robot platform provides a powerful and flexible platform for experimental swarm robotics research. All design files, together with full setup instructions and code images, can be downloaded from http://lpuck.sourceforge.net . A reference paper describing the design and its applications can be found here

 
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Wednesday, 24 November 2010 16:31

March 2010: GCtronic organized an e-puck workshop at EPFL. Participants were from GCtronic, CyberboticsMOBOTSLISDISAL and LA. Here some presentations Extensions-PC interfacesBattery managementMolole-aseba.

 
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Wednesday, 24 November 2010 16:28

The authors of the e-puck finally have published an article on the e-puck design. YOu can use this article as reference in your publications using the e-puck. The full reference is:

Mondada, F., Bonani, M., Raemy, X., Pugh, J., Cianci, C., Klaptocz, A., Magnenat, S., Zufferey, J.-C., Floreano, D. and Martinoli, A. (2009) The e-puck, a Robot Designed for Education in Engineering. Proceedings of the 9th Conference on Autonomous Robot Systems and Competitions, 1(1) pp. 59-65.

The full PDF can be found here.

 
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Wednesday, 24 November 2010 16:29

We setted up a page on the e-puck.org web site with most available publications using the e-puck robot. There are more than 65 publications up to now and this is growing fast. Please let me know if you have a publication not listed on this web page by sending me the bibtex information.

Thanks a lot to everybody for sharing this information!

 

 

 
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Wednesday, 24 November 2010 16:27

A Player driver has been developed by Renato Garcia and is available here

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