Subject description - AE3M33IRO

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AE3M33IRO Intelligent robotics
Roles:P, V Extent of teaching:3P+2C
Department:13133 Language of teaching:EN
Guarantors:  Completion:Z,ZK
Lecturers:  Credits:7
Tutors:  Semester:L


The subject teaches principles allowing to build robots perceiving surrounding world and activities in it including the abilities to modify it. Various architectures of robots with cognitive abilities and their realizations will be studied. Students will experiment with robots in practical assignments. Studied material is applicable more widely while building intelligent machines.

Course outlines:

1. Robotics, its historic and societal grounding.
2. Robot kinematics.
3. Robot kinematics. Dynamics. Statics.
4. Different robots, their design, sensors and actuators.
5. Architectures of intelligent robots. Feedback.
6. Inertial sensors, GPS, odometry.
7. Additional sensors (senses) for intelligent robotics.
8. Visual servoing.
9. Representing surrounding world of the robot.
10. Planning in robotics. Discrete planning formalism.
11. Planning as sampling in configuration space (C-space). Planning under constraints.
12. Localization and mapping.
13. Humanoid robots.

Exercises outline:

1. Introduction to the laboratory. Homework 1 assignment.
2. Consultations, work with robots.
3. Consultations, work with robots.
4. Consultations, work with robots.
Homework 1 handover.
5. Planning tools. Homework 2 assignment.
6. Experiments with planning tasks.
7. Consultations, work with robots.
8. Written test. Consultations, work with robots.
9. Consultations, work with robots. Homework 2 handover.
10. Experiments with sensors for perception. Homework 3 assignment.
11. Consultations, work with robots.
12. Consultations, work with robots.
13. Consultations, work with robots. Homework 3 handover.
14. Written test 2. Credit.


1. Steven M. LaValle. Planning Algorithms, Cambridge University Press, 2006, 842 s.
2. R. Pfeifer, C. Scheie. Understanding Intelligence, MIT Press, 2002.
3. B. Siciliano, O. Khatib (editoři): Handbook of Robotics, Springer-Verlag, Berlin 2008.




Cognitive robotics. Robots as intelligent machines.

Subject is included into these academic programs:

Program Branch Role Recommended semester
MEKME1 Wireless Communication V 2
MEKME5 Systems of Communication V 2
MEKME4 Networks of Electronic Communication V 2
MEKME3 Electronics V 2
MEKME2 Multimedia Technology V 2
MEKYR1 Robotics P 2
MEKYR4 Aerospace Systems P 2
MEKYR3 Systems and Control P 2
MEKYR2 Sensors and Instrumentation P 2
MEOI1 Artificial Intelligence V 2
MEOI5NEW Software Engineering V 2
MEOI5 Software Engineering V 2
MEOI4 Computer Graphics and Interaction V 2
MEOI3 Computer Vision and Image Processing V 2
MEOI2 Computer Engineering V 2
MEEEM1 Technological Systems V 2
MEEEM5 Economy and Management of Electrical Engineering V 2
MEEEM4 Economy and Management of Power Engineering V 2
MEEEM3 Electrical Power Engineering V 2
MEEEM2 Electrical Machines, Apparatus and Drives V 2

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