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Touch and Weight Sensitive Robotic Arm for UAV Aimed at Aerial Manipulation and Safe Physical Human-Drone Interaction
Grigoriy A. Yashin, Ivan A. Kalinov, Evgeny V. Tsykunov, and Dzmitry Tsetserukou
(Skoltech, Russia)
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Abstract: The paper focuses on the touch and weight sensitive robotic manipulator DroneArm for UAV, which allows grasping the objects from the warehouse shelves, and delivering them to the destination, even directly to the human hands. The robot can determine the identifier (bar code) and position of the object, estimate their weight and react on collision with human and obstacle. The experiments showed the stable behavior of the flying robot during the manipulator movement, high accuracy of the weight estimation, and robust collision detection.


Time stamp: 2019-03-26T21:13:09+01:00