Action description language
In artificial intelligence, Action description language (ADL) is an automated planning and scheduling system in particular for robots. It is considered an advancement of STRIPS. Pednault (a specialist...
Action description language - Wikipedia
Ubiquitous robot
Ubiquitous robot is a term used in an analogous way to Ubiquitous computing. Software useful for "integrating robotic technologies with technologies from the fields of ubiquitous and pervasive comput...
NxtOSEK
nxtOSEK is a Real-Time Operating System [RTOS] for the Lego Mindstorms programmable NXT controller. nxtOSEK consists of the I/O driver part of leJOS NXJ, TOPPERS OSEK RTOS, and glue code for them. nxt...
Not Quite C
Not Quite C (NQC) is a programming language, application programming interface (API), and native bytecode compiler toolkit for the Lego Mindstorms, Cybermaster and LEGO Spybotics systems. It is base...
Microsoft Robotics Developer Studio
Microsoft Robotics Developer Studio (Microsoft RDS, MRDS) is a Windows-based environment for robot control and simulation. It is aimed at academic, hobbyist, and commercial developers and handles a wi...
Microsoft Robotics Developer Studio - Wikipedia
Variable Assembly Language
Variable Assembly Language (VAL) is a computer-based control system and language designed specifically for use with Unimation Inc. industrial robots.The VAL robot language is permanently stored as a p...
EusLisp Robot Programming Language
EusLisp is a Lisp-based programming system. Built on the basis of object orientation, it is designed specifically for developing robotics software. The first version of it ran in 1986 on Unix-System5/...
Not eXactly C
Not eXactly C, or NXC, is a high-level programming language for the Lego Mindstorms NXT. NXC, which is short for Not eXactly C, is based on Next Byte Codes, an assembly language. NXC has a syntax like...
Next Byte Codes
Next Byte Codes (NBC) is a simple language with an assembly language syntax that can be used to program Lego Mindstorms NXT programmable bricks. The command line compiler outputs NXT compatible machi...
Robotics middleware
Robotics middleware is middleware to be used in complex robot control software systems.
As glue code, the middleware should be invisible, and introduce no overhead or extra constraints on the comp...
Carmen Toolkit
CARMEN, the Carnegie Mellon Robot Navigation Toolkit, is an open-source collection of software for mobile robot control. It is designed as a modular software to provide basic navigation functionalitie...
Robotic automation software
The term Robotic automation refers to the automation of industrial and clerical processes using robots, of various guises. Robotic automation software refers to a class of software products used in th...
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Lego Mindstorms
The Lego Mindstorms series of kits contain software and hardware to create customizable, programmable robots. They include an intelligent brick computer that controls the system, a set of modular sen...
Lego Mindstorms - Wikipedia
LeJOS
leJOS is a firmware replacement for Lego Mindstorms programmable bricks. It currently supports the LEGO RCX brick and leJOS NXJ supports the NXT brick. It includes a Java virtual machine, which allows...
DialogOS
DialogOS is a graphical programming environment to design computer system which can converse through voice with the user. Dialogs are clicked together in a Flowchart. DialogOS includes bindings to co...
DialogOS - Wikipedia
AVM Navigator
AVM Navigator is an additional module of the RoboRealm (plugin) that provides object recognition and autonomous robot navigation using a single video camera on the robot as the main sensor for navigat...
Logo (programming language)
Logo is an educational programming language, designed in 1967 by Daniel G. Bobrow, Wally Feurzeig, Seymour Papert and Cynthia Solomon. Today the language is remembered mainly for its use of "turtle gr...
Logo (programming language) - Wikipedia