Open source software
Layered software, eneable distribution
Low level is drivers to actuators and sensors
Middle level is real-time, OS and control
High level is interface to user and behaviour
NEDESTÅENDE ER KLIPPET FRA CONTROL DELEN, DER ER BLEVET SLETTET.
The control system handles the overall motion and stability of the biped robot. With system it is ensured that the robot maintain balance during stance, walk and work.
Our control system is layered in two and can therefor easily be distributed on several processors for optimization reasons. This further enables you to order either or both of the systems.
On the low-level of the control system is the handeling of fine motion servos and motors. This ensures smoth and precise movement of all limbs. This control level is designed to be faster than the upper-level control, as the upper-level control relies on the correct movement being executed in the low-level.
The upper-level of the control system ensures stability of the robot. Using a hybrid control scheme it is possible o maintain stability in several phases of the robots walk. This is needed since the control scheme is not the same when standing and walking.
Both upper and lower-level control relies on both internal models and feedback from sensors. When using models, internal states can be used as feedback to increase stability and precision. Feedback from sensors is used to make the robot able to respond to changes in the surronding environment.
HONDA reveals their new version of the ASIMO robot in Barcelona. The robot has new improvements on running speed and human interaction. The robot is 1.2 meters high and weighs 43 kg. Read more about the robot and watch a video here.25th Sept. 2007
Work on our Custombiped TWO has begun. The robot is larger and more advanced than the previous Custombiped ONE. Read more about Custombiped TWO here.25th Sept. 2007
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