•The ALADDIN project is s £6 million university/ industry partnership, funded by BAE Systems, MBDA, Selex and EPSRC, looking to
develop a range of technologies for single and multiple agent systems in complex distributed networks.
•Techniques are being developed to enable effective operation in the face of rapidly changing and often conflicting information and
are being deployed in the domains of disaster response, situational awareness and sensor networks.
•Using a number of different technologies, from computer modelling and agent technologies to automated robots and others, the
ALADDIN team has looked at how it can improve the understanding of changing scenarios to ensure a more effective response.
•The output of this programme can be developed to meet a large number of bespoke industrial requirements
•To learn more about ALADDIN and see how the technologies under development can be applied – come along to our Symposium and
This event provides an in‐depth view of the latest developments and is an excellent
opportunity to engage directly with the research team. Prof Nick Jennings and the team
will showcase recent innovations in algorithms and modelling in this exciting field of
research. The next set of challenges will be presented together with exploitation
opportunities within BAE Systems
10.00 ‐ Welcome and Project Overview
10.20 – Multiple agent co‐operation and co‐ordination
12.00 – Lunch & Poster Exhibition
13.15 – Single agent reasoning and decision making
14.35 – Break & Poster Exhibition
15.05 – Exploiting Aladdin Technology
15.45 – Open Discussion
16.15 ‐ Close
Attendance is Free of Charge ‐ For further information and to register www.aladdinproject.org
contact: David.email@example.com (Project Manager), or
Simon.firstname.lastname@example.org (Deputy Technical Director)