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Magnus Bjerkeng

Research Scientist

Magnus Bjerkeng

Research Scientist

Magnus Bjerkeng
Phone: +47 992 68 895
Mobile: +47 992 68 895
Department: Mathematics and Cybernetics
Office: Oslo

publications and responsibilities

Publications

Publication

D2.5 Design guidelines for autonomous underwater agents (v1)

http://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/?pubid=CRIStin+1470398

This deliverable is a result from SWARMs WP2. The goal for the system viewpoint is to create a solution for the problem that is described in the operational viewpoint. This deliverable contains a list of issues which might arise, and which need to be resolved when the system itself is designed/imple...

Authors Vagia Marialena Haugli Fredrik Bakkevig Johansen Gorm Idar Bjerkeng Magnus
Year 2017
Type Report
Publication

D2.11 Analysis of selected use-cases using SWARMs methodology (v1)

http://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/?pubid=CRIStin+1470399

This deliverable is a result from SWARMs WP2. The goal of this document is to present: • how the SWARMs methodology has been used in the SWARMs project. • an evaluation of the methodology. • results that are to be used by other work packages in SWARMs....

Authors Vagia Marialena Haugli Fredrik Bakkevig Johansen Gorm Idar Bjerkeng Magnus
Year 2017
Type Report
Publication

Model-Based Feed-Forward and Setpoint Generation in a Multi-Robot Sewing Cell

http://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/?pubid=CRIStin+1251038

This paper describes an automated sewing system that focuses on sewing of curved edge segments. The sewing cell includes an industrial sewing machine as well as three industrial robots that handle the parts during the sewing process. Based on experiences from previous work, several improvements are ...

Authors Schrimpf Johannes Bjerkeng Magnus Lind Morten Mathisen Geir
Year 2015
Type Journal article
Publication

SEATONOMY Design, development and validation of marine autonomous systems and operations

http://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/?pubid=CRIStin+1323685

The SEATONOMY methodology provides a structured approach for design, development and validation of mobile autonomous maritime operations and systems. The goal is to achieve this by providing system developers of autonomous systems with suitable guidelines, principles, best practices and tools. The m...

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