MOBILITY OF SELF RECONFIGURING SYSTEMS OF ROBOTS PLATFORM
Rudolf Janos, Technical university in Kosice, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Institute of Automatization, Mechatronics and Robotics, Department of Robotics (Komenskeho Park 8, 042 00 Kosice, Slovakia).
This paper aims to remove barriers to mobility inherent. The current proposals robot locomotion, adaptability and extending the range of the robot with mixed / multiple modes of mobility. Designing identical elements for a modular system has several advantages over large and complex robotic systems is assumed that the robot will navigate to a known and controlled environment, or provided with a smart structure to allow free movement of the robot.
modular robots, mobility, robot platform, self-reconfiguring
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