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The evolution of robotics research

Garcia, E.;

Jimenez, M.A.;

De Santos, P.G.;

Armada, M.;

Inst. de Autom. Ind., CSIC, Madrid

This paper appears in: Robotics & Automation Magazine, IEEE Issue Date: March 2007 Volume: 14 Issue:1 On page(s): 90 - 103 ISSN: 1070-9932 Cited by : 2 INSPEC Accession Number: 9389509 Digital Object Identifier: 10.1109/MRA.2007.339608 Date of Current Version: 02 April 2007 Sponsored by: IEEE Robotics and Automation Society

ABSTRACT

This article surveys traditional research topics in industrial robotics and mobile robotics and then expands on new trends in robotics research that focus more on the interaction between human and robot. The new trends in robotics research have been denominated service robotics because of their general goal of getting robots closer to human social needs, and this article surveys research on service robotics such as medical robotics, rehabilitation robotics, underwater robotics, field robotics, construction robotics and humanoid robotics. The aim of this article is to provide an overview of the evolution of research topics in robotics from classical motion control for industrial robots to modern intelligent control techniques and social learning paradigms, among other aspects

INDEX TERMS

  • IEEE terms Construction industry , Human robot interaction , Humanoid robots , Industrial control , Intelligent robots , Medical robotics , Mobile robots , Motion control , Rehabilitation robotics , Service robots

  • INSPEC

    • Controlled Indexing humanoid robots , industrial robots , intelligent control , medical robotics , mobile robots , motion control , service robots , underwater vehicles

    • Non Controlled Indexing construction robotics , field robotics , humanoid robotics , industrial robotics , intelligent control , medical robotics , mobile robotics , motion control , rehabilitation robotics , service robotics , underwater robotics

CITED BY IEEE

  • 1. Nabulsi, S., Sarria, J.F., Montes, H., Armada, M.A., "High-Resolution Indirect Feet–Ground Interaction Measurement for Hydraulic-Legged Robots", Instrumentation and Measurement, IEEE Transactions on, On page(s): 3396 - 3404, Volume: 58 Issue: 10, Oct. 2009 Abstract |Full Text: PDF (1005KB)

  • 2. Chuan-Hsi Liu, Hung-Wen Hsu, Jen-Yang Chen, Jenyi Chao, Hans Pao, Chang, J., "Robots with object-oriented peripheral modules controlled by a personal single board computer (PSBC)", Advanced robotics and Its Social Impacts, 2008. ARSO 2008. IEEE Workshop on, On page(s): 1 - 4, Volume: Issue: , 23-25 Aug. 2008 Abstract |Full Text: PDF (1279KB)

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