|M/M cooperation in hyper-flexible robotic cells|
Robotic cells employ anthropomorphic manipulators for a variety of tasks which may require close cooperation with human operators. This gives rise to complex problems involving control, safety and M/M communication, whose solution requires the development of performing sensory systems and of reliable decisional procedures. The research aims at developing, constructing and validating proximity/contact sensory systems, based on E-field and magnetic sensors, to be installed on an anthropomorphic manipulator in order to allow close cooperation with human operators.
|Laboratory: LabMACS at DII, Laboratorio di Automazione (Fermo)|
|Contact Person: Giuseppe Conte|