Aerospace Robotics III

Aerospace Robotics III

Aerospace Robotics III

This book includes extended versions of original works on aerospace robotics presented at the Conference on Aerospace Robotics (CARO) in Warsaw. It presents recent advances in aerospace robotics, such as manipulators, which are widely used in space for orbital operations, for example, the Mobile Servicing System on the International Space Station and the Shuttle Remote Manipulator System. Such manipulators are operated by astronauts and mounted on large platforms, making the influence of manipulator motion on the state of the platform insignificant. Application of manipulators for capture maneuvers in unmanned On-Orbit Servicing or Active Debris Removal missions requires reliable control algorithms that take into account the free-floating nature of the manipulator-equipped spacecraft. As such the book presents possibilities for using space manipulators for exploration and a variety of space operations. Further, it discusses new methods for the control of autonomous unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) using vision systems and sensor fusion methodologies. Such autonomous flying vehicles could be used for materials deliveries and emergencies, as well as surveying and servicing.

Robotics and Aerospace

Robotics and Aerospace

Robotics and Aerospace

The aerospace industry incorporates probably the most requesting robotic applications in assembling today. The most effortless undertakings for robots are high-volume, straightforward and repeatable errands where their uptime is the significant wellspring of profitability. In the aerospace industry, robots are regularly confronted with a remarkable inverse, incredibly huge, high-esteem parts that request exactness, adaptability and unrivaled execution from a robot. Robotic automation of production and inspection processes enables aerospace manufacturers to fulfill these needs and keep one stage in front of the challenge by expanding profitability, bringing down completed item costs and improving quality. This book manages the most recent patterns in aerospace robotics.

Optimization of the Mechanical Engineering Manufacturing Systems Robotics and Aerospace

Optimization of the Mechanical Engineering  Manufacturing Systems  Robotics and Aerospace

Optimization of the Mechanical Engineering Manufacturing Systems Robotics and Aerospace

Volume is indexed by Thomson Reuters CPCI-S (WoS). The main objective of this volume is to present the current understanding of leading researchers, engineers and scientists - from Romania and from around the world - concerning these fields in order to provide a platform from where researchers, engineers, academicians as well as industrial professionals can present their latest experiences and developmental activities in the mechanical engineering, manufacturing systems, robotics, medical and military fields.

Biomechanics Neurorehabilitation Mechanical Engineering Manufacturing Systems Robotics and Aerospace

Biomechanics  Neurorehabilitation  Mechanical Engineering  Manufacturing Systems  Robotics and Aerospace

Biomechanics Neurorehabilitation Mechanical Engineering Manufacturing Systems Robotics and Aerospace

The main objective of the special collection of 53 peer-reviewed papers was to gather some of the current knowledge from leading researchers, engineers and scientists in the field of: Biomechanics, Biomechatronics, Neurorehabilitation, Mechanical Engineering, Manufacturing Systems, Robotics, Aerospace.

Aerospace Robotics

Aerospace Robotics

Aerospace Robotics

This book presents the most important and crucial problems of space automation in context of future exploration programs. These programs could involve such issues as space situational awareness program, planetary protection, exploitation of minerals, assembly, manufacturing, and search for new habitable location for next human generations. The future exploration of Space and related activities will involve robots. In particular, new autonomous robots need to be developed with high degree of intelligence. Such robots would make space exploration possible but also they would make space automation an important factor in variety of activities related to Space.

Aerospace Robotics III

Aerospace Robotics III

Aerospace Robotics III

This book includes extended versions of original works on aerospace robotics presented at the Conference on Aerospace Robotics (CARO) in Warsaw. It presents recent advances in aerospace robotics, such as manipulators, which are widely used in space for orbital operations, for example, the Mobile Servicing System on the International Space Station and the Shuttle Remote Manipulator System. Such manipulators are operated by astronauts and mounted on large platforms, making the influence of manipulator motion on the state of the platform insignificant. Application of manipulators for capture maneuvers in unmanned On-Orbit Servicing or Active Debris Removal missions requires reliable control algorithms that take into account the free-floating nature of the manipulator-equipped spacecraft. As such the book presents possibilities for using space manipulators for exploration and a variety of space operations. Further, it discusses new methods for the control of autonomous unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) using vision systems and sensor fusion methodologies. Such autonomous flying vehicles could be used for materials deliveries and emergencies, as well as surveying and servicing.

Modeling and Optimization of the Aerospace Robotics Mechatronics Machines Tools Mechanical Engineering and Human Motricity Fields

Modeling and Optimization of the Aerospace  Robotics  Mechatronics  Machines Tools  Mechanical Engineering and Human Motricity Fields

Modeling and Optimization of the Aerospace Robotics Mechatronics Machines Tools Mechanical Engineering and Human Motricity Fields

Collection of selected, peer reviewed papers from the 9th International Conference on Modeling and Optimization of the Aerospace, Robotics, Mechatronics, Machines-Tools, Mechanical Engineering and Human Motricity Fields, (OPTIROB 2014), June 26-29, 2014, Mangalia, Romania. The 115 papers are grouped as follows: Chapter 1: Aerospace, Chapter 2: Robotics and Mechatronics, Chapter 3: Applied Dynamics, Mechanics and Engineering, Chapter 4: Maschine-Tools and Manufacturing Modern Methods, Chapter 5: Human Motricities, Chapter 6: Image Processing, Chapter 7: Management Application

Advanced Research in Aerospace Engineering Robotics Manufacturing Systems Mechanical Engineering and Biomedicine

Advanced Research in Aerospace Engineering  Robotics  Manufacturing Systems  Mechanical Engineering and Biomedicine

Advanced Research in Aerospace Engineering Robotics Manufacturing Systems Mechanical Engineering and Biomedicine

Collection of selected, peer reviewed papers from the ICMERA 2015 - International Conference on Smart Systems in the Fields of Aerospace, Robotics, Manufacturing Systems, Mechanical Engineering, October 29-31, 2015, Bucharest, Romania. The 63 papers are grouped as follows: Chapter 1: Science and Technology of Materials Chapter 2: Tools and Processing Technologies in Mechanical Engineering Chapter 3: Designing, Modeling and Optimization of Manufacturing Machines and Mechanisms Chapter 4: Advanced Research of Aerospace and Astronautics Systems Chapter 5: Advanced Research of the Sensors, Measurement Technologies and Mechatronic Systems Chapter 6: Advanced Research in Robotics Chapter 7: Renewable and Unconventional Energy Chapter 8: Biomedical Engineering Chapter 9: Advanced Decisions in Engineering Management