DescriptionBiological manipulator systems, such as the human hand, showcase superior performance with respect to versatility and dexterity compared to state-of-the-art mechanical manipulation systems. In this work the objective is to develop bio-inspired, compliant limbs that act as sensing and actuation tools for the aerial robot, enabling new navigation and control techniques; and enhancing manipulation capabilities with a focus on fragile and delicate objects.
|Period||2 Dec 2022|
|Event title||BioMorphic Intelligence Lab Kick-off Event and Symposium|
|Degree of Recognition||National|
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