MONA

MONA

Mona is an open-hardware/open-source robotic platform that has been developed to be used in swarm robotic scenarios especially to study on Perpetual Robotic Swarm. Mona-E is a version of the robot developed for educational purposes and it is currently used for lab demonstration for the Mobile Robots and Autonomous Systems course at the University of Manchester.

Mona was designed and developed (in 2016) at UoM Robotic Lab.

KEY FEATURES

TITLE

MONA - Autonomous Mobile Swam Robot

 

PROJECT TYPE

PDRA

FUNDER

UoM Robotics

DATE

Aug 2015 – Aug 2018

 

 

Please check MONA github for PCB and libraries. :-

( https://github.com/farshadarvin/Mona )

Research interests include Robotics, Autonomous Robots and Swarm robotics. He is currently involved in the development of Latro, an electro-hydraulically actuated multi-legged robot. Obtained his PhD (Doctor of Philosophy) in the field of robotics from Lincoln University in 2015.

 

 

FARSHAD ARVIN PhD

Post-Doctoral Research Associate

 

OFFICE

EMAIL

REEL, Cleator Moor, Cumbria, UK

farshad.arvin@manchester.ac.uk

 

 

SUPPORTED BY

Developing the next generation of nuclear decommissioning robotics research. Working in partnership with the nuclear sector and other universities around the UK and EU to reduce risk, accelerate productivity and reduce long term costs.

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