The List of Principal Topics:
- ▸ General issues in robotics
- ▸ Path planning
- ▸ Sensing and sensor fusion
- ▸ Robot application issues - equipment, computer vision, machine learning
- ▸ Robot integration into the greater system
- ▸ Common robot operation-lines
- ▸ Flocks and arrays
- ▸ Robot-human interaction
- ▸ Mathematical methods in robotics
- ▸ Microrobotics
- ▸ Robots in biomechanics
- ▸ Military and rescue robotics
Robotic Systems and Applications (RSA) ISSN (Online) 2669-2473 publishes high-quality articles concerned with fundamental and applied aspects in robotics. The Journal's scope encompasses original contributions based on analytical, computational, and experimental methods.
Established in 2021 and published 2 times a year (semiannually).
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Construction and benchmark of an autonomous tracked mobile robot system
Vaibhav Ahluwalia, Janis Arents, Aly Oraby, Modris Greitans
Robots require a certain set of skills to perceive and analyse the environment and act accordingly. For tracked mobile robots getting good odometry data from sensory information is a challenging key prerequisite to perform in an unstructured dynamic environment, thus an essential issue in the tracked mobile robotics domain. In this article, we construct a ROS-based tracked mobile robot system taking the Jaguar V4 mobile robot as the base platform. On which several visual odometry solutions based
Robotic Systems and Applications, Vol. 2, Issue 1, 2022, p. 15-28.
Temperature difference measurement with using two RTD sensors as example of evaluating uncertainty of a vector output quantity
Adam Idzkowski, Zygmunt Warsza
The evaluation of results in the case of indirect multi-parameter measurements is presented. A theoretical basis for determining the estimates of values, the uncertainties and the correlation coefficients of indirectly obtained multi-measurand is explained in detail. The example of a difference and an average of two-temperature indirect measurement is given with the use of two RTDs. Such sensors are used in the laboratory and industrial temperature control systems. The uncertainty of measurement
Robotic Systems and Applications, Vol. 1, Issue 2, 2021, p. 53-58.
Design of a high-payload Mecanum-wheel ground vehicle (MWGV)
Zi-Yin Chen, Pei-Ren Liaw, Vu Linh Nguyen, Po Ting Lin
With the rapid developments of Industry 4.0 and Smart Manufacturing, customized manufacturing has been becoming greatly needed. Meanwhile, the challenge of production automation has become more bigger, especially for the automation of moving, picking, placing and manipulating objects. Many researchers have begun to work on Autonomous Ground Vehicles (AGVs). Most AGVs were utilized to carry middle or small objects, as the high-payload AGVs were rarely developed. This paper focused on the design o
Robotic Systems and Applications, Vol. 1, Issue 1, 2021, p. 24-34.