Laboratory of Multi-Agent Systems in Smart Cities and Industry 4.0 specializes in the study of issues of cybernetics and economic theory as applied to communication in multi-agent systems.
Watch intro from the head of the laboratory
Our goals and activities
Experiments in the field of machine-to-machine economically significant communication
Formation of a knowledge base and publications in the field of robot economics and Industry 4.0.
Building user communication with a multi-agent system that provides a complete service
Conducting research development in the field of web3 + robotics with the publication of results in open source
The head of the laboratory, ICT assistant, postgraduate student of the 2nd year of study.
A scientific administrator, an engineer of CSR, a post-graduate student of the 2nd year of study.
Curator of the laboratory, Ph.D., dean of ICT.
Research area and objectives
Relevance to ITMO’s prioritized areas
The laboratory focuses on four major areas of research:
Certified measurements of the quality of water resources using unmanned surface vehicles
Smart factories for Industry 4.0
The robot artist as an autonomous creative system
Digitalization of the state of the infrastructure using a network of sensors
Skills that participants will develop
First year plan
Our published research articles
- A. Kapitonov, S. Lonshakov, A. Krupenkin, and I. Berman, “Blockchain-based protocol of autonomous business activity for multi-agent systems consisting of UAVs,” 2017 Workshop on Research, Education and Development of Unmanned Aerial Systems (RED-UAS), Nov. 2017.
- A. Kapitonov, I. Berman, S. Lonshakov, and A. Krupenkin, “Blockchain Based Protocol for Economical Communication in Industry 4.0,” 2018 Crypto Valley Conference on Blockchain Technology (CVCBT), Nov. 2018.
- A. Kapitonov, I. Berman, V. Bulatov, S. Lonshakov, and A. Krupenkin, “Robonomics Based on Blockchain as a Principle of Creating Smart Factories,” 2018 Fifth International Conference on Internet of Things: Systems, Management and Security, Dec. 2018.
- A. Kapitonov, S. Lonshakov, I. Berman, E. C. Ferrer, F. P. Bonsignorio, V. Bulatov, and A. Svistov, “Robotic Services for New Paradigm Smart Cities Based on Decentralized Technologies,” Ledger, 2019.
- D. Alexandrov, E. Pertseva, I. Berman, I. Pantiukhin, and A. Kapitonov, “Analysis of Machine Learning Methods for Wildfire Security Monitoring with an Unmanned Aerial Vehicles,” 2019 24th Conference of Open Innovations Association (FRUCT), May 2019.
- A. Kapitonov, I. Berman, V. Manaenko, V. Rzhevskiy, V. Bulatov, and A. Zenkin, “Robonomics as a Blockchain-based Platform for Unmanned Traffic Management of Mobile Vehicles,” 2019 Workshop on Research, Education and Development of Unmanned Aerial Systems (RED UAS), Nov. 2019.
- A. Zenkin, I. Berman, K. Pachkouski, I. Pantiukhin, and V. Rzhevskiy, “Quadcopter Simulation Model for Research of Monitoring Tasks,” 2020 26th Conference of Open Innovations Association (FRUCT), 2020.
- I. Berman, E. Zereik, A. Kapitonov, F. Bonsignorio, A. Khassanov, A. Oripova, S. Lonshakov, and V. Bulatov, “Trustable Environmental Monitoring by Means of Sensors Networks on Swarming Autonomous Marine Vessels and Distributed Ledger Technology,” Frontiers in Robotics and AI, vol. 7, 2020.