The leaders and members of the Russian, Japanese and Thai teams of the international project «Informational system for management of flood and land slide disaster areas using a distributed heterogeneous robotic team» held an online working meeting on March 14, 2022. This meeting was the final one in the general cycle of periodic online meetings, at which the collaborators summed up their work and presented their own latest developments over the past three months.
Three countries take part in the international project: Russia, Thailand and Japan. Head of the Laboratory of Intelligent Robotic Systems (LIRS) of the Institute of Information Technology and Intelligent Systems (ITIS), Professor of the Department of Intelligent Robotics Evgeni Magid is the leader of the Russian national team, as well as the CEO of the entire trilateral project covering four universities.
During the online meeting, Evgeni made a presentation on the latest developments of the Russian team. His talk covered "Engineer" robot (Servosila) simulation in Gazebo and Webots, experiments with water simulation, launching a drone using the Aerostack framework, and building his own ArtBul robot in LIRS. Also, Research Assistants Ramil Safin, Bulat Abbyasov, Alexandra Dobrokvashina and Anzhelika Iskhakova took part in the meeting. In turn, professors from the Japanese and Thai teams presented their recent developments in unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) and unmanned ground vehicles (UAVs), swarm robotics, environment simulation on the ROS/ Gazebo platform, and the preparation of scientific publications.