Towards Morphological Flexibility: Modular Robotics and Bio-inspired Control

H. Hamann, T. Schmickl, J. Stradner, in: Austrian Robotics Workshop (Operational Programme Slovenia-Austria), 2012.

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As a contribution to the efforts towards robotic systems of higher flexibility we present our concept of morphologically dynamic robots. Within the projects SYMBRION and REPLICATOR, that focus on modular robotics, we have developed bio-inspired control techniques to achieve new concepts of dynamic, autonomous morphological structures. We propose three modes of coupling between robot modules: swarm, team, and organism mode. We demonstrate our concepts along with simple robot experiments.
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Hamann H, Schmickl T, Stradner J. Towards Morphological Flexibility: Modular Robotics and Bio-inspired Control. In: Austrian Robotics Workshop (Operational Programme Slovenia-Austria). ; 2012.
Hamann, H., Schmickl, T., & Stradner, J. (2012). Towards Morphological Flexibility: Modular Robotics and Bio-inspired Control. In Austrian Robotics Workshop (Operational Programme Slovenia-Austria).
@inproceedings{Hamann_Schmickl_Stradner_2012, title={Towards Morphological Flexibility: Modular Robotics and Bio-inspired Control}, booktitle={Austrian Robotics Workshop (Operational Programme Slovenia-Austria)}, author={Hamann, Heiko and Schmickl, Thomas and Stradner, Jürgen}, year={2012} }
Hamann, Heiko, Thomas Schmickl, and Jürgen Stradner. “Towards Morphological Flexibility: Modular Robotics and Bio-Inspired Control.” In Austrian Robotics Workshop (Operational Programme Slovenia-Austria), 2012.
H. Hamann, T. Schmickl, and J. Stradner, “Towards Morphological Flexibility: Modular Robotics and Bio-inspired Control,” in Austrian Robotics Workshop (Operational Programme Slovenia-Austria), 2012.
Hamann, Heiko, et al. “Towards Morphological Flexibility: Modular Robotics and Bio-Inspired Control.” Austrian Robotics Workshop (Operational Programme Slovenia-Austria), 2012.

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