The objective of the course is to introduce the students to the main concepts of analysis, control, and programming of robotic systems, such a manipulators and autonomous vehicles. The course consist of three main parts:
* the first part presnts the main concepts of the analysis of open kinematic chains, such as robotic arms
* the second part of the course deals with the dynamical analysis of mechanical arm
* The last part of the course is devoted to discussing robotic control, with basic concepts on actuation and motion planning
An important part of the course is the final project, during which students will be able to develop their own ideas in robotics and run relevant simulations and experiments.
* Introduction to the course
* Spatial kinematics
* Direct kinematic of a manipulator arm
* Inverse kinematics of a manipulator
* Differential kinematics
* Trajectory computation for a robot
* Motion planning of a robot
* Robot dynamics
* Robot control
* Advanced topics: Telerobotics, sensors, haptics, ecc.
The course consists of about 40 hours of lecture, with presentaiton of the main concepts, carried out meaningful examples, and develop discussions with the students.
|Roland Siegwart, Illah R. Nourbakhsh, Davide Scaramuzza||Introduction to Autonomous Mobile Robots (second edition)||The MIT Press||2011||0-262-01535-8|
|L. Sciavicco e B. Siciliano||Robotica Industriale -- Modellistica e Controllo di Manipolatori (Edizione 2)||McGraw Hills||2002|
The exam will consist of a project addressing some topics discussed during the course.
Data from AA 2017/2018 are not available yet