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18 Nov 2015
Our simulator article is now online on arxiv! You can read it: K ilombo: a Kilobot simulator to enable effective research in swarm robotics . The Kilobot is a widely used platform for investigation of swarm robotics. We have developed a C-based simulator that allows those working with Kilobots to use the same programme code in both the simulator and the physical robots. Use of our simulator, ...
31 Oct 2015
Sedeer el-Showk, Hanna Help-Rinta-Rahko, Tiina Blomster, Riccardo Siligato, Athanasius F. M. Marée, Ari Pekka Mähönen, Verônica A. Grieneisen
13 Oct 2015
A surprisingly sunny weather welcomed the Swarm-Organ researchers to the John Innes Centre premises in Norwich, on the 29th of September 2015. Verônica Grieneisen, head of the Theoretical Biology group at the Computational and Systems Biology Department hosted the research team at the brand new, fully-equipped meeting rooms of the Centrum Building. The Second Periodic Meeting was about to start.
24 Sep 2015
Botman, D., Jansson, F., Röttinger, E., Martindale, M.Q., de Jong, J., and Kaandorp, J.A.
17 Jul 2015
Swarm-Organ in the FET Newsletter:
9 Jul 2015
A new low cost education robot (Aerobot), modified version of the kilobot robot, has been created by the group leaded by Dr. Nagpal at Harvard University.
Microtug. Source image: Biomimetics and Dexterous Manipulation Lab, Stanford University
30 Apr 2015
Inventors at Stanford University have created a handful of tiny robots that can carry objects many times their weight, like robotic ants.
19 Apr 2015
The Swarm-Organ project was presented on the EvoStar conference in Copenhagen held on April 8-10th, 2015.