The book offers an introduction to intellectual control systems and electromechanics of heterogeneous robots. The book uncovers fundamental principles of robot control and recent developments in software and hardware of robots.
The purpose of the book is to present solutions and discuss problems of single robotic devices as well as heterogeneous robotic teams while performing technological tasks that require informational, physical or energetic interaction with human users, environment and other robots. The book considers model-algorithmic and software-hardware control of ground, water and underwater robots, unmanned aerial vehicles, as well as their embedded and attached sub-systems, including manipulators, end-effectors, sensors, actuators etc.
The book will be useful for researchers of interdisciplinary issues related to robotics, electromechanics and artificial intelligence. Recommended for graduate students with a major/minor in areas of Robotics and Mechatronics, Management in technical systems, Internet of Things, Artificial intelligence, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, and Computer Science.
It offers fundamental principles of heterogeneous robot interaction and their usage in real applications.
It integrates the interdisciplinary knowledges and experience accumulated during collaboration of scientists in robotics, electromechanics and artificial intelligence.
It considers examples of ground, water and underwater robots, unmanned aerial vehicles performing technological operations.
It reveals recommendations for design of hardware and software of heterogeneous robots.
The recommended length of each chapter is 10-15 pages, formatted in Springer style (https://resource-cms.springernature.com/springer-cms/rest/v1/content/3318/data/v5). There is no publication fee.
December 15, 2021 - Abstract submission (approximately 200 words) and a short summary (CV) of each co-author (approximately 5 lines).
December 30, 2021 - Abstract acceptance notice
February 01, 2022 - submission of articles
March 01, 2022 - notice of acceptance of articles
March 15, 2022 - submission of the final version of the article
August 2022 - book edition
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