In this paper, we discuss how networked robot architectures can facilitate the development, deployment, management and adaptation of distributed robotic applications. Our aim is to modularize applications by factoring out environment, task-, domain-, and robot-specific knowledge components and representing them explicitly in a formal knowledge base that is shared between the robots and service applications. Robot control decisions can then be formulated in terms of inference tasks that are evaluated based on this knowledge during task execution. The explicit and modular knowledge representation allows human operators with different areas of expertise to adapt the respective parts of the knowledge independently. We implemented this concept by integrating knowledge representation methods of the ROBOEARTH project with the distributed task execution capabilities of the Ubiquitous Network Robot Platform.
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