Espositori 2018


Underwater Manipulation

We present our current efforts in multi-agent underwater vehicle manipulator systems endowed with dexterous manipulation end effectors. Such systems, either autonomous or semiautonomous, are appropriate for underwater intervention missions extending from oil / power industry to search & rescue and archaeology operations. Standard operational Remotely Operated Vehicles are used and we endowed them with our home/custom made manipulators and dexterous end effectors. We plan to bring along two of our early (small) such type of setups for demonstration purposes, along with 3 large (A0 size) posters and videos on 2 terminals. Leaflets will be distributed to the public.
Greece


Underwater Manipulation

Control Systems Lab, Mechanical Engineering Dept., National Technical University of Athens, Greece

National Technical University of Athens, NTUA, is the oldest & largest engineering institution in Greece. The Control Sys. Lab (CSL) (http://www.controlsystemslab.gr/) of the Mech. Eng. Dept. NTUA, led by Prof. Kostas J. Kyriakopoulos (http://www.controlsystemslab.gr/kkyria/), is an internationally recognised center for R & D in robotics and automation technologies, with international contacts in industry, government and the EU. It is a team of 3 faculty and 6 permanent engineers with prior experience in leading EU, US & Canada based organisations and interests in robotics, mechatronics & automation technologies. It has expertise in design, modelling and control of heterogeneous multi-agent systems obtained mainly by a number of research projects.


  H7 (pav. 5) - National Technical University of Athens, Greece - Control Systems Lab
 2018

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