By Luis Maria Cabás Ormaechea (auth.), Nestor Eduardo Nava Rodríguez (eds.)
Humans have consistently been occupied with the idea that of synthetic lifestyles and the development of machines that glance and behave like humans. because the box of robotics evolves, it calls for non-stop improvement of winning platforms with high-performance features for sensible applications.
Advanced Mechanics in robot Systems illustrates unique and impressive mechanical designs and methods for constructing new robotic prototypes with winning mechanical operational talents. Case reports are involved in tasks in mechatronics that experience excessive development expectations:
- humanoid robots,
- robotics hands,
- mobile robots,
- parallel manipulators, and
- human-centred robots.
A sturdy keep an eye on process calls for solid mechanical layout, so a bankruptcy has additionally been dedicated to the outline of compatible tools for keep an eye on structure layout.
Readers of Advanced Mechanics in robot Systems will detect novel designs for correct purposes in robot fields, that would be of specific curiosity to educational and industry-based researchers.
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Advanced Mechanics in Robotic Systems by Luis Maria Cabás Ormaechea (auth.), Nestor Eduardo Nava Rodríguez (eds.)