|Teoria||5||I semestre||Andrea Calanca, Paolo Fiorini|
|Laboratorio||1||I semestre||Andrea Calanca|
The course aims at providing tools for programming complex robotics systems focusing on perception, planning and control, using a unified approach between theory and practice.
At the end of the course the student will demonstrate ability to understand and implement perception, planning and control algorithms using established methodologies and tools for robot programming.
* Introduction to the course * Spatial kinematics * Direct kinematic of a manipulator arm * Inverse kinematics of a manipulator * Differential kinematics * Robot dynamics * Robot control 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.
The exam will be written and will include a project agreed upon with the teacher.
|Teoria||L. Sciavicco e B. Siciliano||Robotica Industriale -- Modellistica e Controllo di Manipolatori (Edizione 2)||McGraw Hills||2002|
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