CRUMB: Cognitive-Robotics-sUpporting Mobile Base
The goal of the CRUMB project (Cognitive-Robotics-sUpporting Mobile Base) is to acquire a relatively low-cost mobile manipulator robot, also called CRUMB, that serves to implement several ideas on cognitive robotics. Most part of the project will deal with setting up both the software and hardware of the robot and implementing tools that boost future research.
The project is funded by the University of Málaga, officially from May 25, 2015, during 1 year. This kind of projects of our University, called “bridge research projects”, are associated to other regional projects that do not reach the point of being funded but fall close to it. The bridge projects fund short-duration work and serve mainly for acquiring new equipment. CRUMB is associated to the regional project TEP-2279 of the Andalusian Government and has been endowed with 4,000 EUR for these expenses.
There is a separate web site for the project development.
TITLE: CRUMB: Cognitive-Robotics-sUpporting Mobile Base
PRINCIPAL RESEARCHER: JUAN ANTONIO FERNÁNDEZ MADRIGAL
INSTITUTION: UNIVERSITY OF MÁLAGA
DEPARTMENT: SYSTEMS ENGINEERING AND AUTOMATION
DATES: May 25, 2015 to May 24, 2016
Institutional information (in Spanish): Proyecto de Investigación puente (modalidad B) del Plan Propio de la Universidad de Málaga; concedido por la Comisión de Investigación de la UMA en reunión del 17 de abril de 2015; con dotación de 4.000,00 € a ejecutar en 1 año.