HUMAN LIKE MULTICONTACT ROBOTIC DRONES SHOWS OFF ITS PACES IN VIDEO

VIDEO OF A MULTI CONTACT HUMAN LIKE WALKING ROBOTIC DRONE

The AMBER Lab in the Mechanical Engineering Department at Texas A&M University focuses on both theoretical and experimental research in bipedal robotics, locomotion, nonlinear and hybrid systems, and prosthetic design. AMBER Lab researchers recently demonstrated the human-like, multi-contact locomotion on their bipedal robot AMBER2. The robot has achieved sustainable walking with heel-life and toe-strike behaviors via torque control. Three different types of actuation are exhibited throughout the walking gait – full actuation, underactuation, and over-actuation.

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Henry Sapiecha

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