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(Since Dec. 9, 2005: Domain Task Force)

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 Mission:    Contact
The purpose of the Robotics Domain Task Force is to foster the integration of robotics systems from modular components through the adoption of OMG standards. To realize this purpose, we will:
  • Recommend adoption and extend OMG technologies that apply to the specific domain of robotics systems where no current baseline specifications exist, such as MDA for Robotics. The object technology is not solely limited to software but is extended to real objects. This effort promotes the use of OMG technologies in various markets.
  • Promote mutual understanding between the robotics community and the OMG community.
  • Endeavor to collaborate with other organizations for standardization, such as the one for home information appliances, and make an open effort to increase interoperability in the field of robotics.
  • Coordinate with the appropriate OMG subgroups and the Architecture Board, for technology areas that overlap with other OMG Task Forces, to determine where the work will be accomplished.

Robotics-DTF Wiki

You can share your idea and the latest information will be available.

Meeting Schedule (2014)

Upcoming Meeting in Reston: (Mar. 25-29, 2014)

Up-to-date Preliminary Agenda

Meeting in Santa Clara: (Dec. 9-13, 2013)
  • Presentation of Finite State Machine Component for Robotic Technology Components (FSM4RTC) initial submission from Honda R&D.
  • Presentation of Hardware Abstraction Layer (HAL)for Robots RFI response from JASA

For your convenience, a pdf file bundled with all documents will be available: (SantaClara2013)

Meeting in New Brunswick: (Sept. 23-27, 2013)
  • Progress about Finite State Machine Component for Robotic Technology Components (FSM4RTC) initial submission from Honda R&D has been discussed.
  • Unified Component Model (UCM) for Distributed, Real-time and Embedded Systems RFP and its activities to UCM specification from Robotics-DTF has been discussed.

For your convenience, a pdf file bundled with all documents will be available: (NewBurnswick2013)

Meeting in Berlin: (Jun. 17-21, 2013)
  • MARS Component Workshop was successfully held with more than 40 participants.
  • Finite State Machine Component for Robotic Technology Components (FSM4RTC) RFP has been submitted.
  • Hardware Abstraction Layer for Robots RFI has been submitted.
  • Robotics Interaction Services (RoIS) 1.1 RTF charter has been submitted.
  • Toyotaka Torii (Honda R&D) and Kenichi Nakamura (JASA) were elected as co-chairs of Robotics-DTF.

For your convenience, a pdf file bundled with all documents will be available: (Berlin2013)

Meeting in Reston: (Mar. 18-22, 2013)
  • 1st Review of Finite State Machine Component for Robotic Technology Components (FSM4RTC) RFP.
  •  Hardware Abstraction Layer WG was established. Kenichi Nakamura (JASA) was elected as the WG chair. 
  • We will join to the Component Information Day 2013 in Berlin collaborated with MARS-PTF.
For your convenience, a pdf file bundled with all documents is available: (Reston2013)

Meeting Digests ( 2005-  )

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Co-Chairs:  Toyotaka TORII (Honda)
  Kenichi NAKAMURA (Japan Embedded Systems)
  Tetsuo KOTOKU  (AIST)
  Dr. Laurent Rioux (THALES)
  Mr. Young-Jo Cho (ETRI)
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To make active information exchanges between related activities, we are looking for volunteers.
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How to get involved:

If you are interested in getting involved with this group, want more information or would like to come as a guest to an upcoming meeting and obtain temporary access to the mailing list, please contact one of our Account Representative or contact  one of the Chairs.

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If you have any questions about adopted specifications, please feel free to contact the tech-editor

For your Information:

The OMG Standard Newsletter (Fall 2006 issue) reported RTC Specification Passed Initial Adoption.

The OMG Standard Newsletter (Spring 2005 issue) introduced the Robotics-DSIG activity.

The Register reported "The call for Robotics Standards is on", Robobusiness2006 presentation by Bruce Boyes.


 

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