team of multiple robots that can communicate among themselves has
the potential to perform effectively through sharing of information. We have
been investigating such multi-robot systems in challenging dynamic tasks,
such as robot soccer. In this talk, I will overview our work in robot soccer.
I will present our contributions in creating effective approaches for
maintaining a shared world model and using it as a basis for coordinating
multiple robots. I will conclude setting my research goals in perspective and
discussing some of the fascinating open questions to be addressed towards
truly creating teams of autonomous robots.