A table-look-up immune network is proposed to
solve problems arising from autonomous microrobots trying
to achieve a given goal with limited memory and calculation
capacity. The method is implemented and tested with
a microrobot "Kity", with a size of less than 1 cubic inch.
It is possible to generate enough rules to make the robot
achieve the goal of navigating freely in a maze with a small
number of sensors. Experimental results show the efficacy
of immune networks in controling robots in restricted environments.
Kity demonstrated the efficiency of the associated
algorithm arrived at by winning first prize at the 4th
and 5th International Microrobot Maze Contests held in
Nagoya, Japan, in October, 1995 and 1996.