mobile robot

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mobile robot

[′mō·bəl ′rō‚bät]
(control systems)
A robot mounted on a movable platform that transports it to the area where it carries out tasks.
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There are increasing demands for potential applications of autonomous mobile robots in indoor environments, ranging from cleaning, surveillance, searching and rescue operations, in burning buildings during hostage crisis, to assisting the handicapped or elderly in and around the house.
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Mobile robots have potential application in industrial and domestic applications; in exploration, industry, military, security and entertainment like special needs robots, fire and security robots, office robots, etc.
A Flexible Control Architecture for Mobile Robots An Application for A Walking Robot.
Unlike traditional autonomously guided vehicles (AGVs), Lynx requires no facility modifications, such as floor magnets or navigational beacons, saving users up to 15 per cent in deployment costs," said Rush LaSelle, vice president and general manager of mobile robots for Adept Technology.
Otis Technology has received the 2012 Productivity Achievement Award from Modern Materials Handling (MMH) magazine for the use of mobile robots in its manufacturing operations.
But now a new generation of high-tech helpers is at hand: Mobile robots are being used in place of humans to explore hazardous and difficult-to-access environments such as buildings in danger of collapsing, caves, or ground that has been polluted by an industrial accident.
Abstract: To autonomously navigate through unstructured environment mobile robots rely mainly on vision systems.
Consider a highly automated factory where mobile robots pick up parts and deliver them to assembly robots.
Following an introduction to the history of robotics and the Lyapunov-based control philosophy, chapters cover the standard control design tools available for robotic systems within the context of the Lyapunov-based framework; problems in visual servoing control, including robot end-effector tracking a prerecorded time-varying reference trajectory under visual feedback from a monocular camera, estimating the shape of a continuum robot, tracking and regulation problems of wheeled mobile robots, and the classic Structure from Motion problem.
This friendlier, non-intimidating movement of our mobile robots will further speed the adoption of them by the consumer, professional healthcare, and commercial/homeland security marketplaces, while increasing ROI for our investors," concluded Martin Spencer, president/CEO.

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