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Magneto-inductive skin sensor for robot collision avoidance (a new development)

D. S. Chauhan

Magneto-inductive skin sensor for robot collision avoidance (a new development)

by D. S. Chauhan

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Published by Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of North Carolina in Charlotte, NC .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Detectors.,
  • Robots.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesMagneto inductive skin sensor for robot collision avoidance.
    Statementby D.S. Chauhan, Paul H. DeHoff.
    SeriesNASA-CR -- 185402.
    ContributionsDeHoff, Paul H., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v .
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15290196M

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Magneto-inductive skin sensor for robot collision avoidance (a new development) by D. S. Chauhan Download PDF EPUB FB2

Safety is a primary concern for robots operating in space. The tri-mode sensor addresses that concern by employing a collision avoidance/management skin around the robot arms. This rf-based skin sensor is at present a dual mode (proximity and tactile).

The third mode, pyroelectric, will complement the other two. The proximity mode permits the robot to sense an intruding object, to range the Author: D.

Chauhan, Paul H. Dehoff. Magneto-inductive skin sensor for robot collision avoidance (a new development) [microform] / by D.S. Chauhan, Paul H. DeHoff Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of North Carolina Charlotte, NC Australian/Harvard Citation.

Chauhan, D. & DeHoff, Paul H. & United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Magneto-inductive skin sensor for robot collision avoidance: A new development.

The tri-mode sensor addresses that concern by employing a collision avoidance/management skin around the robot arms. This rf-based skin sensor is at present a dual mode (proximity and tactile). The third mode, pyroelectric, will complement the other : Paul H. Dehoff and D. Chauhan. Abstract: We describe a flexible robotic skin module that can measure proximity, contact and force, as well as algorithms for detecting obstacles, human hands, and affective touch gestures.

The computational requirements of the proposed architecture are in line with the capabilities of a small microcontroller, allowing for a majority of the data to be processed colocated with the by: 9.

Magnetek - Collision Avoidance. Contact Us © Magnetek Terms and Conditions. Products & Services. AC Motor Controls. A state-of-the-art capacitive proximity sensor is being developed by NASA for robot collision-avoidance.

The “Capaciflector” (Capacitive Reflector) uses a simple extension of an instrumentation technique for controlling stray this instance a capacitive sensing element, backed by a reflector driven at the same voltage as, and in phase with, the sensor, is used to reflect the Cited by:   Abstract: Collision avoidance of industrial robot arms in varying environment is a challenging task which has been a tough problem for decades.

It often requires a large number of sensors and high computational power. Moreover, since the sensors are often mounted on the surface of robot arms, they may affect the appearance of the robot arms and may be vulnerable to damage. In order to improve the tactile sensing performance of the robot via an electronic skin (e-skin), an auxiliary elastomeric substrate is required.

This paper investigates the effect of the substrate including elastic modulus, thickness and location on the static sensing at : Chuhao Chen, Houde Liu, Xiaojun Zhu, Dezhi Wu, Yu Xie, Yu Xie.

Magneto-inductive sensors are frequently used as alternative to inductive sensors and proximity sensors in process automation, the packaging industry and in machine monitoring.

Measuring the distance to a magnet which is fixed at the measurement object, the sensor outputs a. Multiple - Sensor - Collision avoidance system for automotive applications using an IMM approach for obstacle tracking Dr.

Angelos Amditis, Aris Polychronopoulos, Ioannis Karaseitanidis, Dr. George Katsoulis ICCS/I-SENSE group National Technical University of Cited by: EN Robotics Collision Avoidance Mobile robot i Abstract The objective of this project was to develop a Collision Avoidance Mobile robot with onboard sensors and a Microcontroller.

The mobile robot designed is capable of moving in an environment which has obstacles avoiding collisions. The Designed mobiles robot is a three wheeled Robot File Size: KB.

Collision avoidance of industrial robot arms in varying environment is a challenging task which has been a tough problem for decades. It often requires a large number of sensors and high.

Obstacle Detecting Robot Using Arduino and Sensor 73 Initial function of the robot The initial function of the robot is to move as per commands given by the server. To move the robot, the Arduino should be programmed and should get sufficient power supply to operate. Apart from theFile Size: KB. Magneto-Inductive Skin Sensor For Robot collision Avoidance n Paul H.

DeHoff ABSTRACT Safety is a primary concern for robots operating in space. The tri-mode sensor, being developed in-house at the NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center, addresses that concern by employing a collision avoidance/management skin around the robot arms.

Stretchable skin-like pressure sensing with minimized and distinguishable strain-induced interference is essential for the development of collision-aware surgical robotics to improve the safety and efficiency of minimally invasive surgery in a confined space.

Inspired by the multidimensional wrinkles of Shar-Pei dog’s skin for tactile sensing, we developed a stretchable pressure sensor Cited by: The purpose of this paper is to present an algorithm for performing collision avoidance in mobile robot that is relying on the use of low-cost ultrasonic with infrared sensors, and involving some.

Energid Technologies demonstrating multi-robot active collision avoidance in real time powered by Actin with OptiTrack. Learn More: * 10th IFAC Symposium on Robot Control International Federation of Automatic Control SeptemberDubrovnik, Croatia Joint Level Collision Avoidance for Industrial Robots Balázs Dániel,* Péter Korondi,** Trygve Thomessen*** *Department of Mechatronics, Optics and Engineering Informatics, Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Budapest, Hungary (e-mail: [email protected Cited by: 5.

Eight distance sensors and a range finder camera are used for the collision avoidance approach where three ground sensors are used for the line or path following approach. The fuzzy system is composed of nine inputs which are the eight distance sensors and the camera, two outputs which are the left and right velocities of the mobile robot’s.

Magneto-inductive skin sensor for robot collision avoidance (a new development) [microform] / by D.S. Ch End-effector-joint conjugates for robotic assembly of. Get this from a library!

Magneto-inductive skin sensor for robot collision avoidance (a new development). [D S Chauhan; Paul H DeHoff; United States. .An additional measure of safety, a third distance sensor was provided to act as an emergency stop in case the first two collision avoidance sensors failed.

Result Automating the two outer cranes, and retrofitting the manual cranes (with IMPULSE adjustable frequency drives and ReFlx collision avoidance sensors) created an efficient, safe.No.

Collision Avoidance Theory with Application to Automotive Collision Mitigation collision avoidance (CA) systems are starting to emerge in automotive applica-tions.

The challenge in designing a CA system is in balancing the effectiveness to this, sensors and computational resourcesmust be low-cost. Another issue is.