BUILD INSTRUCTIONSbuild-index.htmlfile://localhost/build-index-1197.htmlshapeimage_1_link_0
PROJECT’S SOURCE CODEcode-index.htmlfile://localhost/code-index-521.htmlshapeimage_2_link_0

   Team Capability Matrix (TCM)

The Team Capability Matrix (TCM) is something that is constructed before building any robots  or trying to design the robot application.  The TCM  is used to identify  what  Bluetooth enable devices are potential team members and what set of capabilities each device brings to any solution or  robot design.  Its a good practice  to construct a TCM  prior to getting started on your on team of robots.   Once a TCM is constructed it should be maintained.  An up-to-date  TCM will make it easier to build new projects and will also keep the full capability of your current project easily accessible.  Each potential team member has something to offer that typically the other team members do not have.  This is another benefit of using Bluetooth to build networked robot  applications.  The robots can access capabilities that are not  part of the initial robot kit.  Below is a particle TCM for team D.



PUBLICATION DATE:  February 22, 2013

PUBLISHER:  McGraw-Hill/TAB Electronics


Using Bluetooth, coordination, and agent-based techniques to create a team of robots; sending and receiving Bluetooth messages, data, and commands among robots, between a robot and a computer, and between an Android smart phone and a robot.

TEAMWORK MEANS GOAL-ORIENTED COORDINATIONbron-index_teamwork.htmlbron-index_teamwork.htmlshapeimage_4_link_0shapeimage_4_link_1
TEAM LEADER APPROACHbron-index_leader.htmlshapeimage_5_link_0
DOES NETWORKED ROBOTS EQUAL ROBOT TEAMWORK?bron-index.htmlbron-index.htmlshapeimage_7_link_0shapeimage_7_link_1
BASIC BRON APPROACHshapeimage_8_link_0