This video is the accompanying video of the paper：Xiao Li, Bingxin Han, Zhiwen Zeng, Junhao Xiao, Huimin Lu. Human-Robot Interaction Based on Battle Management Language for Multi-robot System
Abstract: Commanding and controlling a multi-robot system is a challenging task. Static control commands are difficult to fully meet the requirements of controlling different robots. As the number of robots increases, it is difficult for the robot's motion-level commands to simultaneously satisfy the demands of commanding multi-robot system. This paper uses a limited natural language to control multi-robot systems, and proposes a framework based on Battle Management Language (BML) to command multi-robot systems. Based on the framework, the capabilities and names of the robot can be dynamically added to the dictionary, and the limited natural language can be converted into a standard BML command according to the dictionary to control the multi-robot system. In this way, the robot can execute motion-level commands, such as movement, steering, etc., and can also perform task-level commands, such as enclosing, defense, etc. The experimental results show that the system composed of different types of robots can be commanded by using the interactive framework proposed in this paper.