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Simulation and Experimental Study of Formation Control of Multi Humanoid Robots

Faisal Wahab, Riyanto Bambang

Abstract


Distributed formation control of multi humanoid robot system with obstacle avoidance and collision avoidance are presented. The architecture consists of several layers, namely consensus tracking, consensus based formation control, behaviour and physical robot layers. The formation control system was simulated in MATLAB software before it was implemented to humanoid NAO Aldebaran robots. In the experimental study the visual odometry was used to track the robots’ position and their moving direction. The result of the experiment showed that the distributed formation control design was succeed in directing the robots into their planned formation, avoiding obstacles, and avoiding collisions among themselves with certain communication topology, shape of formation, obstacles’ position and their number.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.21535%2FProICIUS.2015.v11.736

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