Last December, Morocco Flying Labs’ Jamal Berrich presented a seminar titled “agent-oriented programming and simulation/visualization in real-world applications” to students in the master in Computer Science and Technology program at Carlos III University of Madrid.
Pr. Yves Demazeau, president of the French Association for Artificial Intelligence (AFIA), created the Multi-Agents System (MAS) course to present real-world applications for programming some usual labs. An ‘agent’ is a real or virtual entity that evolves to perceive and act in its environment, communicate with other agents, and exhibit autonomous behavior. A multi-agent system is a set of organized agents interacting in a shared environment.
One of MAS’s most exciting applications for Morocco Flying Labs is implementing this notion for drones and creating an intelligent collaborative system. This is a fundamental objective for the cargo drone project prepared for an internal call for projects.