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About the B21r Mobile Robotic System
  The mobile robot consists of a mobile base and an on board computer, and is equipped with a wide variety of sensors such as front sonar ring, rear sonar ring, bump ring, and surveillance/custom vision system. It has accessories such as a gripper, a joystick and a software plug-in. It has C/C++ compatible software libraries with built-in obstacle avoidance, sensor fusion, extensive mapping, and path planning behaviors and other navigational behaviors and tasks. The Ethernet makes it also the easiest platform robot in its class to interface with other devices, which means this open platform robot can be used to perform tasks such as real-time control of a very complicated robotics system through the application of Ethernet cards.

Path Planning Map Building
Rescue Robots Rang Sensing
Nano Robotics Camera Callibration
Humanoid robotics Legged Robotics
Robot Vision Mobile Robot Control
Senor Fusion Tele-robotics
Collective Robotics Computational Intelligence
Underwater Robotics Visual Serving
Senor Networks Planning and Resoning
Navigation Haptic Display
Localization Robot Learning

Current Mobile Robot Projects::
Sensor Fusion in Mobile Robotics
Web-based Robot Control
Mobile Robot Path Planning
Voice Control Robot
Computational Algorithm Developing
Theory Study

Dr. Jason Gu, PEng.
Professor, FEIC,FCAE
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Dalhousie University
Halifax, Nova Scotia
Canada  B3J 2X4
(902) 494-3163 (office)
(902) 422-7535 (fax)


Last updated: May, 2017