kumoh national institute of technology
Networked Systems Lab.

P. T. Daely, A. P. Anantha, J. M. Lee, and D.-S. Kim, "On the Effect of Carrier Robots' Capacity and Speed Towards Task Execution in Smart Factory", KICS Summer Conference 2020, 12-14 August, 2020, Yongpyeong, South Korea, (N10, N12)
By : Philip TD
Date : 2020-08-03
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Abstract -- In this paper, a pickup and delivery task allocation system integrated with edge computing is proposed for a smart factory. The focus is on the analysis of the effect of using carrier robots with varying capacity and speed for pickup and delivery task execution in a smart factory. The simulation results show that using carrier robots with small capacity and high travel speed can produced better task execution performance than using carrier robots with large capacity and low travel speed.