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Compound locomotion control system combining crawling and walking for multi-crawler multi-arm robot to adapt unstructured and unknown terrain

CrawlerChen et al. developed a new semi-autonomous control method that allows a robot to sense its surroundings and move in extreme environments when vision and laser sensors do not work. This disaster relief robot crawler robot has 4 arms which work together with the crawlers to both detect obstacles and aid the robot in overcoming them.

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About the Editor-in-chief

tf (1)Toshio Fukuda, Professor Emeritus at Nagoya University, Japan, Professor at Meijo University and Beijing Institute of Technology, is an internationally recognised leader in the field of robotics. He obtained a Bachelor in engineering from Waseda University and received Master’s and Doctorate degrees from Tokyo University in 1973 and 1977, respectively. His pioneering work on micro and nano robotics technology has seen great commercial use and he has been extremely active the Robotics community for the past 4 decades. His many achievements include holding the position of President of the IEEE Robotics and Automation Society (1998-1999) and founding the IEEE International Conference of Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS) in 1988.

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Aims and Scope

ROBOMECH Journal focuses on advanced technologies and practical applications in the field of Robotics and Mechatronics.

The scope of the journal includes but is not limited to:
1. Modeling and design
2. System integration
3. Actuators and sensors
4. Intelligent control
5. Robotics
6. Manufacturing
7. Motion control
8. Vibration and noise control
9. Micro/nano devices and optoelectronics systems
10. Automotive systems
11. Applications for extreme and/or hazardous environments
12. Other applications

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