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Andrew L Agno*


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Alumnus of the Artificial Intelligence Center

Past Projects


Centibots very large-scale robot teams

This is a joint project with Stanford, University of Washington, and ActiveMedia Robotics, to design, implement and demonstrate a computational framework for the coordination of very large robot teams, consisting of at least 100 small, resource limited robots, on an indoor reconnaissance task.


Coordinated Multi-Agent Team Reasoning and Incremental eXecution

SRI and team members are working on developing systems that enable people working in teams to quickly and effectively manage change.


Distributed Continual Planning and Execution for Autonomous Air Vehicles

This goal of this project is to develop a new software capability for the reprogrammable, coordinated command and control of teams of autonomous unmanned combat air vehicles (UCAVs) and unmanned ground vehicles (UGVs).


TEAMBOTICA: A Robotic framework for integrated teaming, tasking, networking and control

Teambotica is a research initiative to develop the computational framework necessary for intelligent, autonomous teams of robots to operate in hostile environments.


Teambots: Video games and simulations that model teams

Our project is to build artificial team player for computer games. Our goal is to design and build virtual player that understand the notion of team objectives, the notion of roles (defender, supporter, attacker) and also understand the implications of their actions on the goal.


UAV Airspace Management System

The ISX/SRI/BRG team will develop a UAV Airspace Management System (UAMS) that operates at a Battalion echelon level to deconflict multiple small UAV path plans in real time using limited sensors, communications, and processing resources. UAMS will employ a hybrid centralized/distributed architecture supporting dynamic coordination mode selection for each (group) of UAVs. This work is sponsored by the Army Aviation Applied Technology Directorate (AATD).


XG Spectrum Manager

The XG Spectrum Manager is a set of applications software for managing networks of Software Defined Radios (SDRs) XG is DARPA ATO Program, and SRI is part of the team primed by the Shared Spectrum Company. SRI will assist in representing spectrum-use policies in a formal language, and develop algorithms for detecting transmitters.


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