Abstract

This research is inspired by the vision of the Object Management Group (OMG), and the Object Interface Systems (OIS). An effort started by OMG in 2005 showed that there is an increasing interest on robotics implementation on different fields and today’s software development and maintenance are well governed by well-established standards (Object Management Group, 2005, p.2). According to them, this development offers viable means for developers to develop applications for robotics technology that maximizes Request for Information (ROI) between servers and remote robots (Object Management Group, 2005,  p.2). In the year 2007, the Objective Interface System realizing the increasing complexities in the implementation of Robotics systems announced its OIS Robotics Platform. According to them, it is of utmost importance that despite of its complexities, robotics systems must communicate effectively with each other (Objective Interface System, 2007). Both research achieved remarkable results which had lead to the development of todays sophisticated robotics system.

Purpose of the Research

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The purpose of the study is to develop a customizable robotics distributed system which will facilitate easy integration of different robotics system models for the robotics system market. In today’s era where management strategies dedicate intense focuses on cost-cutting edge and at the same time maximizing return on every single dime of their investments, this project will provide the best solution.

This project will provide solutions for reducing all cost associated with robotics systems implementation and maintenance in many industries. Maximize effective communication in this robotics system architecture. And develop a platform for distributed robotics systems architecture.

Brief Description of the System

            The proposed system will be powered by Linux servers, a middleware built from Java, and Gumstix computers. This is similar to the typical multi-tier applications for information systems. Essential information will be stored on a (CROI) Central Repository of Information. The CROI stores information of different robotics system models (RSMs), capabilities supported by each model, tasks, important values, security policies, and other essential information. The middleware application will handle the interoperability of the remote robots by querying specific information for RSMs and feeds information to the remote robots. High-level task processing will be handled by middleware application installed on separate machines.

Methodology

System Design
The proposed system will be powered by Linux servers, a middleware built from Java, and Gumstix computers. This is similar to the typical multi-tier applications for information systems. Essential information will be stored on a (CROI) Central Repository of Information. The CROI stores information of different robotics system models (RSMs), capabilities supported by each model, tasks, important values, security policies, and other essential information. The middleware application will handle the interoperability of the remote robots by querying specific information for RSMs and feeds information to the remote robots. High-level task processing will be handled by middleware application installed on separate machines.

Data Gathering
1.      This project is inspired by the vision of Object Management Group (OMG) of integrating Robotics Modular Components through the adoption of OMG standards (Object Management Group, 2005). Definitely, the whole system will utilized information from OMG specifications available on OMG website http://www.omg.com/.

2.      Visits to nearby industries implementing distributed robotics systems will provide information of system flows, .

3.      Conducting Reviews of existing research projects (implemented and non-implemented systems).

References:

Object Management Group. (2005, June 12). Robotics Systems Request for Information. Retrieved March 20, 2009, from JCX Website: http://www.jcx.systronix.com/Resource/RoboticsRfi2005June.pdf

Objective Interface System. (2007, 10 25). Objective Interface Systems Announces Complete Middleware Solutions for Robotics. Retrieved March 21, 2009, from Objective Interface System: http://www.ois.com/News/News/Press-Releases/Objective-Interface-Systems-Announces-Complete-Middleware-Solutions-for-Robotics.html

 

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