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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Roland Siegwart, director of the Autonomous Systems Lab of the Institute of Robotics and Intelligent Systems at ETH Zurich in Switzerland and a well known robotics expert, said his team is working to develop mobile robots that act autonomously in complex environments.
There is a possibility of combining the advantages of mobile robots of Belarus scientists and unmanned aerial vehicles produced at the High Technologies Park and the National Academy of Sciences of Azerbaijan.
com)-- Mobile Industrial Robots (MiR) today announced it has tripled revenue from its autonomous mobile robots (AMRs) in 2017, with 25 percent of sales in the United States.
ISLAMABAD -- The process is underway for development of Intelligent Mobile Robots (IMR) which would be inducted as a workforce for disaster mitigation and firefighting.
Autonomous mobile robots are different, however, because they could enable automation to largely keep the flexibility and versatility of human-operated vehicles.
The Intelligent Mobile Robots (IMRs) will be able to execute a mission (e.
Florea and Buiu describe using membrane computing for robot control, first setting out the fundamental concepts of membrane computing and mobile computing then explaining methods for designing and using membrane computing based controllers for single mobile robots and for swarms of mobile robots.
Once alerted, the mobile robots will navigate in the environment and follow the ants until the food source to convey it to the nest.
ABSTRACT: Autonomous mobile robots have many industrial applications.
Path planning is one of the important issues to perform various tasks by mobile robots.
Mobile robots are automated machines designed for independent locomotion in all types of terrains and environments.
Structural Properties and Classification of Kinematic and Dynamics Models of Wheeled Mobile Robots.

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