Monthly Archives: May 2016

Dynamic modelling of robots: parameters identification (II)

Hi! In this post I will explain the method for obtaining a set of equations to be able to identify the dynamic model of robot composed by several links even in presence of closed loops. In the previous post I detailed

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Posted in Robot Dynamics, Robotics

Force estimation with Luenberger-Sliding observers

Two lines are showed in the upper image of this video. In blue, the estimated total force and in red, the measured force. This video shows how the Luenberger-Sliding observer manages to estimate external forces during a compression task. Sliding

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Posted in Control for teleoperation, Force Estimation, Robotics

Dynamic modelling of robots: parameters identification (I)

In this post I describe the initial steps to identify the parameters of a robot with either open or closed chain.

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An amazing video on the development of fractal..

An amazing video on the development of fractal… – http://wp.me/p5ZlYn-9A

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AN AI MIND PASSES THE TURING TEST

Jill Watson, a robotic teaching assistant, passes the Turing test? – http://wp.me/p7fp8X-2j

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Creating a Prosthetic Hand That Can Feel DARPA’s HAPTIX program aims to develop a prosthetic hand that’s just as capable as the original

http://spectrum.ieee.org/biomedical/bionics/creating-a-prosthetic-hand-that-can-feel

Posted in News, Robotics

Newly developed EOD robot delivered to Army

RE2 EDO Robot

http://www.upi.com/Business_News/Security-Industry/2016/05/03/Newly-developed-EOD-robot-delivered-to-Army/9331462304760/

Posted in News, Robotics
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