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Design and control architecture of a 3D printed modular snake robot

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posted on 2024-06-04, 11:30 authored by IH Mohammed, N Gallardo, P Benavidez, M Jamshidi, Benjamin ChampionBenjamin Champion
In this paper the design and construction of a 3D printed snake robot is presented. This snake robot has been designed to be able to complete a wide variety of tasks and motions that other snake robots are currently able to preform, such as serpentine motion, rolling and the ability to climb some objects. An approach is also investigated which allows the snake robot to be attached to the end of a serial manipulator robot to increase its available degrees of freedom. A modular design has been focused on, allowing for the fast and low cost generation and implementation of the robotic snake.

History

Volume

2016-October

Pagination

1-6

Location

Rio Grande, Puerto Rico

Start date

2016-07-31

End date

2016-08-04

ISSN

2154-4824

eISSN

2154-4832

ISBN-13

9781889335513

Language

eng

Publication classification

E Conference publication, E1 Full written paper - refereed

Copyright notice

[2016, IEEE]

Title of proceedings

WAC 2016 : Machine Learning, Autonomous Behicle Modeling and Control : Proceedings of the 2016 World Automation Congress

Event

World Automation Congress (2016 : Rio Grande, Puerto Rico)

Publisher

IEEE

Place of publication

Piscataway, N.J.

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