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Title:The Future of Assistive Co-robots
Author(s):Haberfeld, Gabriel B.
Subject(s):Mechanical Science and Engineering
Abstract:We explore flying robots that are consistent with principles of human spatial perception and foster a high level of comfort. These robots are the foundation of what will be the future of home and urban automation services. The pose questions such as: how safe are these robots? How comfortable to humans feel in their vicinity? How can we, as engineers, improve quality of life with modern robotics? We use techniques from various fields in an interdisciplinary research to answer these questions. Depicted here is an artistic rendition of one of the prototype small flying robot for tight spaces which can perform pick and place tasks intelligently and robustly. Flight tests are underway.
Issue Date:2018-04
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URI:http://hdl.handle.net/2142/99779
Rights Information:Copyright 2018 Gabriel B. Haberfeld
Date Available in IDEALS:2018-04-24


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