alexa A distributed control framework for motion coordination of teams of autonomous agricultural vehicles


Advances in Robotics & Automation

Author(s): Vougioukas SG

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Highlights ► A distributed control framework for coordinating the motions of teams of autonomous agricultural vehicles operating in the same field. ► Nonlinear model predictive tracking controllers exchange information for coordinated motion. ► Support for master–slave and peer-to-peer modes of operation. ► Simulation experiments verified that vehicles alter their velocity profiles and/or the shapes of their paths to achieve a wide range of behaviours.

This article was published in Biosystems Engineering and referenced in Advances in Robotics & Automation

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