Haptic interfaces for the rescue walking robots motion in the disaster areas

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Authors: Vladareanu, L., Melinte, O., Bruja, A., Wang, H., Wang, X., Cang, S., Yu, H., Hou, Z.G. and Xie, X.L.

Journal: 2014 UKACC International Conference on Control, CONTROL 2014 - Proceedings

Pages: 498-503

ISBN: 9781479950119

DOI: 10.1109/CONTROL.2014.6915190

© 2014 IEEE. In the recent years haptic interfaces became a reliable solution in order to solve problems which arise when humans interact with the environment. If in the research area of the haptic interaction between human and environment there are important researches, a innovative approach for the interaction between the robot and the environment using haptic interfaces and virtual projection method is presented in this paper. In order to control this interaction we used the Virtual Projection Method where haptic control interfaces of impedance and admittance will be embedded. The obtained results, validated by simulations assure stability, stiffness, high maneuverability and adaptability for rescue walking robots in order to move in disaster, dangerous and hazardous areas.

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Authors: Vladareanu, L., Melinte, O., Bruja, A., Wang, H., Wang, X., Cang, S., Yu, H., Hou, Z.-G., Xie, X.-L. and IEEE

Journal: 2014 UKACC INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON CONTROL (CONTROL)

Pages: 498-503

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