A reference control architecture for service robots implemented on a climbing vehicle.
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AuthorOrtiz Zaragoza, Francisco José; Alonso Cáceres, Diego; Pastor Franco, Juan Ángel; Álvarez Torres, María Bárbara; Iborra García, Andrés José
Research GroupDivisión de Sistemas e Ingeniería Electrónica (DSIE)
Knowledge AreaTecnología Electrónica
PublisherI- Tech Education and Publishing
Bibliographic CitationORTIZ ZARAGOZA, Francisco José, ALONSO CÁCERES, Diego, PASTOR FRANCO, Juan Ángel, ÁLVAREZ TORRES, MªBárbara, IBORRA GARCÍA, Andrés José . A reference control architecture for service robots implemented on a climbing vehicle. En: Bioinspiration and Robotics: walking and climbing robots. Viena: I-Tech Educationa and Publishing, 2007. pp.187-208. ISBN 978-3-902613-11-0
Arquitectura de Robot
Recent progress in mechatronics, perception and computing is opening up a number of new application domains for robotics, improving the way in which robots perform actions that release the human from dangerous or risky tasks. Nowadays, the field of service robotics is in continuous development, covering more and more application domains, from home to industry, and offering more and more capabilities in a reliable and user-friendly way. One of the new environments where robots are starting to appear is in the shipyard. Developing robots for working in shipyards is very challenging because of both the difficulty of the missions that robots should perform as well as the lack of robotic culture in this kind of industrial facility. The authors’ research group, the DSIE (Division of Electronics Engineering & Systems) at the Technical University of Cartagena, has a considerable experience in the development of software applications for teleoperated service robots, mainly for nuclear power ...
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