PROJECT TITLE :
Instrumenting complex exoskeletons for improved human-robot interaction
Gone is the era where robots were strictly used for industrial automation, working in a single, isolated welding cell from an assembly line, removed from their human overlords and relegated to repetitive brainless preprogrammed tasks. Modern robotics in distinction, is rapidly evolving in a very a lot of inclusive means for the robots, bringing them nearer to us humans, and opening in the process an enormous and various spectrum of applications. We tend to have developed a generic, low level control (LLC) real-time system for the sensor data acquisition and management of complex robots together with the development of versatile electronic hardware modules. In this text, we tend to make a case for existing exoskeletons, propose generic solutions to challenges thought-about for safe physical human-robot interaction, and describe the instrumentation and integration of our real-time system and electronic hardware modules that we have a tendency to developed and successfully deployed in 3 exoskeleton systems.
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