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The need for autonomous robot systems in both the service and the industrial domain is larger than ever. In the latter, the transition to small batches or even “batch size 1” in production created a need for robot control system architectures that can provide the required flexibility. Such architectures must not only have a sufficient knowledge integration framework. It must also support autonomous mission execution and allow for interchangeability and interoperability between different tasks and robot systems. We introduce SkiROS2, a skill-based robot control platform on top of ROS. SkiROS2 proposes a layered, hybrid control structure for automated task planning, and reactive execution, supported by a knowledge base for reasoning about the world state and entities. The scheduling formulation builds on the extended behaviour tree model that merges task-level planning and execution. This allows for a high degree of modularity and a fast reaction to changes in the environment.

The skill formulation based on pre-, hold- and post-conditions allows the organisation of robot programs and the composition of diverse skills reaching from perception to low-level control and the incorporation of external tools. We relate SkiROS2 to the field and outline three example use cases that cover task planning, reasoning, multisensory input, integration in a manufacturing execution system and reinforcement learning.

SKIROS2: A SKILL-BASED ROBOT CONTROL PLATFORM FOR ROS-deep lerning projects foe final year students-robot
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