Intelligent Robotics Navigation System: Problems, Methods, and Algorithm

Siti Nurmaini, Bambang Tutuko


This paper set out to supplement new studies with a brief and comprehensible review of the advanced development in the area of the navigation system, starting from a single robot, multi-robot, and swarm robots from a particular perspective by taking insights from these biological systems. The inspiration is taken from nature by observing the human and the social animal that is believed to be very beneficial for this purpose. The intelligent navigation system is developed based on an individual characteristic or a social animal biological structure. The discussion of this paper will focus on how simple agent’s structure utilizes flexible and potential outcomes in order to navigate in a productive and unorganized surrounding. The combination of the navigation system and biologically inspired approach has attracted considerable attention, which makes it an important research area in the intelligent robotic system. Overall, this paper explores the implementation, which is resulted from the simulation performed by the embodiment of robots operating in real environments.


algorithms, intelligent, methods, navigation, problems,

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International Journal of Electrical and Computer Engineering (IJECE)
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