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Development of an Experimental Humanoid Robot and Dynamics Based Motion Optimization for Rescue Missions
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 Title & Authors
Development of an Experimental Humanoid Robot and Dynamics Based Motion Optimization for Rescue Missions
Hong, Seongil; Lee, Youngwoo; Park, Kyu Hyun; Lee, Won Suk; Sim, Okkee; Oh, Jun-Ho;
 
 Abstract
This paper introduces an experimental rescue robot, HUBO T-100 and presents the optimal motion control method. The objective of the rescue robot is to extract patients or wounded soldiers in the battlefield and hazardous environments. Another mission is to dispose and transport an explosive ordnance to safe places. To execute these missions, the upper body of the rescue robot is humanoid in form to execute various kinds of tasks. The lower body features a hybrid tracked/legged design, which allows for a variety of mode of locomotion, depending on terrain conditions in order to increase traversability. The weight lifting motion is one of the most important task for performing rescue related missions because the robot must lift an object or impaired person lying on the ground for transferring. Here, dynamics based motion optimization is employed to minimize joint torques while maintaining stability simultaneously. Physical experiments with a real humanoid robot, HUBO T-100, are presented to verify the proposed method.
 Keywords
rescue robot;motion optimization;robot dynamics;HUBO T-100;
 Language
Korean
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