Dynamic control of robotic manipulators - mechatronics approach

  • Ravn, Ole (Project Manager)
  • Szymkat, Maciej (Project Participant)
  • Uhl, Tadeuz (Project Participant)
  • Betemps, Maurice (Project Participant)

Project Details

Description

This project is a cooperation between the polish University of Mining and Metallurgy, the french university INSA-Lyon and the Technical University of Denmark. The project is supported by the Commission of the European Communities under the COPERNICUS project and DG 13. The main aim of the project was to improve current design methodologies of robotic manipulators using the mechatronic approach. The most promising areas of the research are the following:
- sensor modelling,
- mechatronics approach to design of actuators,
- application of compliant devices attached to the robot,
- methodologies for development of advanced control algorithms.
The basic tasks of this Copernicus project are listed below:
- Modelling of the components of robotic manipulators
- Development of control strategies for robotic manipulators
- Implementation and experimental validation of the mechatronic design methodology.
More information on http://www.iau.dtu.dk/research/autonom/cop93.html
StatusFinished
Effective start/end date01/04/199431/03/1996

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