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The Year of CoCoRo Video #04/52: Aggregation parcour

January 25, 2015

TYOC 04 52 Aggregation Parcour   YouTube

The EU-funded Collective Cognitive Robotics (CoCoRo) project has built a swarm of 41 autonomous underwater vehicles (AUVs) that show collective cognition. Throughout 2015 – The Year of CoCoRo – we will be uploading a new weekly video detailing the latest stage in its development. This video shows how, in a complex underwater habitat, a swarm of Jeff robots searches for a magnetic target and then the communicate to Lily robots at smaller depths to join the group.

To learn more about the project, see this introductory post, or check out all the videos from the Year of CoCoRo on Robohub.

Thomas Schmickl
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Thomas Schmickl is an Associate Professor at Karl-Franzens University, Graz, Austria, and a lecturer at the University for Applied Sciences in St. Pölten, Austria.

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