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Zárate, José; Lutherdt, Stefan; Witte, Hartmut;
Design of a robot gripping system: theoretical considerations and a new solution. - Osaka : Osaka University Library. - 1 Online-Ressource (2 Seiten)Publikation entstand im Rahmen der Veranstaltung: The 9.5th International Symposium on Adaptive Motion of Animals and Machines, Ottawa, Canada (Virtual Platform), 2021-06-22/25

https://doi.org/10.18910/84879
Helbig, Thomas; Kreipe, Stefan; Goos, Moritz; Wenzel, Sabine; Schumann, Nikolaus-Peter; Witte, Hartmut;
Prediction of movement for adaptive control of an upper limb exoskeleton. - Osaka : Osaka University Library. - 1 Online-Ressource (2 Seiten)Publikation entstand im Rahmen der Veranstaltung: The 9.5th International Symposium on Adaptive Motion of Animals and Machines, Ottawa, Canada (Virtual Platform), 2021-06-22/25

https://doi.org/10.18910/84880
Eckert, Peter; Schmerbauch, Anja E. M.; Horvat, Tomislav; Söhnel, Katja; Fischer, Martin S.; Witte, Hartmut; Ijspeert, Auke Jan;
Towards rich motion skills with the lightweight quadruped robot Serval. - In: Adaptive behavior, ISSN 1741-2633, Bd. 28 (2020), 3, S. 129-150

Bio-inspired robotic designs introducing and benefiting from morphological aspects present in animals allowed the generation of fast, robust, and energy-efficient locomotion. We used engineering tools and interdisciplinary knowledge transferred from biology to build low-cost robots, able to achieve a certain level of versatility. Serval, a compliant quadruped robot with actuated spine and high range of motion in all joints, was developed to address the question of what mechatronic complexity is needed to achieve rich motion skills. In our experiments, the robot presented a high level of versatility (number of skills) at medium speed, with a minimal control effort and, in this article, no usage of its spine. Implementing a basic kinematics-duplication from dogs, we found strengths to emphasize, weaknesses to correct, and made Serval ready for future attempts to achieve more agile locomotion. In particular, we investigated the following skills: walk, trot, gallop, bound (crouched), sidestep, turn with a radius, ascend slopes including flat ground transition, perform single and double step-downs, fall, trot over bumpy terrain, lie/sit down, and stand up.



https://doi.org/10.1177/1059712319853227
Helbig, Thomas; Sturm, Stefan; Frey, Domenic; Hofmeister, Sven; Witte, Hartmut;
Einfluss von Gestalt und Pose des Trommelfells auf die Lärmbelastung am Trommelfell. - In: Prävention von arbeitsbedingten Gesundheitsgefahren und Erkrankungen, (2020), S. 261-270

Kreipe, Stefan; Helbig, Thomas; Graßme, Roland; Mey, Elke; Witte, Hartmut; Schumann, Nikolaus-Peter;
Richtungsabhängige und zeitliche Koordinationsmuster der Schulter- und Armmuskulatur bei Lasthandhabung. - In: Prävention von arbeitsbedingten Gesundheitsgefahren und Erkrankungen, (2020), S. 227-238

Helbig, Thomas; Wenzel, Sabine; Lutherdt, Stefan; Kreipe, Stefan; Schumann, Nikolaus-Peter; Witte, Hartmut;
Prävention Muskulosekelettaler Erkrankungen mittels aktiver Exoskellett Systeme. - In: Prävention von arbeitsbedingten Gesundheitsgefahren und Erkrankungen, (2020), S. 213-226

Zárate, José; Witte, Hartmut;
Design and control of a flapping wing system test bench. - In: Advances in service and industrial robotics, (2020), S. 34-42

Wenzel, Sabine; Helbig, Thomas; Lutherdt, Stefan; Voges, Danja; Witte, Hartmut;
Konzept eines modularen Exoskeletts zur aktiven Unterstützung der oberen Extremitäten bei physischer Arbeit. - In: Arbeit interdisziplinär, (2019), insges. 5 S.

Zárate, José; Helbig, Thomas; Witte, Hartmut;
VSBot: navigation of a robot based on a variable stiffness sensor. - In: Infoscience, (2019), insges. 2 S.

http://dx.doi.org/10.5075/epfl-BIOROB-AMAM2019-7