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A report on the 1992 Finish Robotics conference in Helsinki. Areas covered include medical robotics, advanced flexible robotic systems for small batch manufacturing, automated laboratory systems and waste disposal systems.
Examines the experience of Thorn Automation in the field of magnetometery in both defence and commercial markets. The cornerstone of their capability has come from using high performance fluxgate sensors. Looks at the different kinds of magnetometer available and describes their applications for...
Examines one of the main problems of mobile robot navigation: determining exactly where the robot is at all times. Describes the most important algorithm in localization: the extended Kalman filter. Looks at the simplest type of navigation using a system of fixed beacons in conjunction with a...
Describes research into the use of external sensors for robot systems to allow them to react intelligently to unforeseen events in the production process and irregularities in products. Examines the use of active vision systems with robot controllers and the integration of the two systems....
Looks at the use of robotic cameras in television news studios and the problems of navigating them accurately around their environment. Explains how the robots recognize coded targets around the studio which they compare with a preprogrammed map. Discusses the choice between laser scanners and...
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