Sensor, Tempo, Actuator

Research poster outlining a new approach to design simple autonomous intelligent systems called Biots, which can act as self-sustaining sensors or actuators in a broad range of environments. Acknowledging the importance of an incremental, action-based representation of the subsumption architecture and using the real world as its own model, as introduced by Brooks (1987), we propose an intelligent system that is not only able to react to its environment but also to live off it.

In collaboration with Max Peeperkorn & Jurre van Rijswijck

Sensor, Tempo, Actuator was presented @ Non-Human Cognition Poster Festival (Leiden, NL)