This volume contains papers presented at the NATO Advanced Research Workshop (ARW) on qSensors and Sensory Systems for Advanced Robotsq, which was held in Maratea, Italy, during the week Apri I 28 - May 3, 1986. Participants in the ARW, who came from eleven NATO and two non-NATO countries, represented an i nternat i ona I assortment of d i st i ngu i shed research centers in industry, government and academia. Purpose of the Workshop was to rev i ew the state of the art of sensing for advanced robots, to discuss basic concepts and new ideas on the use of sensors for robot control and to provide recommendations for future research in this area, There IS an almost unanimous consensus among invest i gators in the fie I d of robot i cs that the add i t i on of sensory capabi I ities represents the qnaturalq evolution of present industrial robots, as wei I as the necessary premise to the development of advanced robots for nonindustrial app I i cat ions. However, a number of conceptua I and techn i ca I problems sti I I challenge the practical implementation and widespread appl ication of sensor-based robot control techn i ques. Cruc i a I among those prob I ems is the ava i lab iii ty of adequate sensors.Paolo Dario, Centro E. Piaggio ... In order to make the measure even more a c curate, we used the Intel 874.8 micro computer (MICRO 1) [M CS-48 Micro computer User Manual 781, having the task to man age a series of me a sures, savinganbsp;...
|Title||:||Sensors and Sensory Systems for Advanced Robots|
|Author||:||Paolo Dario, Centro E. Piaggio|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2012-12-06|