Diplomandenseminar

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Zwischenbericht

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Kolloquium
Kolloquium

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Zwischenbericht

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Kolloquium
Motion planning for legged robots is a challenging problem and remains an open area of research. Particular difficulties arise from effective underactuation, the mechanism complexity, as well as nonlinear and hybrid dynamics.A common approach is to decompose this problem into smaller sub-problems th...

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Exposé

Uncertainty Quantification of Robot Inverse Kinematics with Neural Networks

von: Banumathy Manickavasakan  (University of Bremen)
Application of Inverse Kinematics(IK) prediction is on multi-folds from robotics, computer graphics, and video games, while recently being used in protein chain prediction and rehabilitation physiology. Although there are multiple methods to solve and predict IK, they are very less likely to generat...

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Exposé
Im Rahmen des Projektes ROBDEKON wird ein Schreitbagger modifiziert, sodass dieser autonom, teilautonom und teleoperiert eingesetzt werden kann. Neben dem eigentlichen Einsatzszenario, dem Rückbau von Deponien, ist ein Testszenario geplant. In diesem Testszenario arbeiten Bagger und Personen in eine...

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Exposé
Für die Erkundung von tiefen Gewässern gewannen Autonome Unterwasser Fahrzeuge (AUV’s) durch die Fortschritte der Forschung an autonomen Systemen in den letzten Jahrzehnten zunehmende Bedeutung. Sie werden zu Standardwerkzeugen in unterschiedlichen Anwendungsbereichen wie Umweltvermessung, Geologie,...

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Zwischenbericht
In order to further close the gap between robots and their natural counterparts, current research is driving towards exploiting the natural dynamics of robots. This requires a rethinking about the way we control robots for moving in a more dynamic, efficient and natural way. Dynamic bipedal locomoti...

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Development of an AUV calibration framework

von: Christophe Stilmant  (Universität Bremen)
In order to increase accuracy and robustness of their state and pose estimations, autonomous underwater vehicules (AUV) use a growing number of sensors. All these sensors must be calibrated before being used. This calibration step is essential in order to receive the most reliable data possible: Wit...

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Exposé

Vectored Thrust Control of Autonomous Underwater Vehicles

von: Lukas Rust  (Universität Bremen)
Autonomous Underwater Vehicles (AUVs) have developed over the last decades into one of the most important technological research platforms for marine/ocean exploration. Increased advancements in this area have lead to more robust, precise and intelligent hardware and software solutions which AUVs ca...

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