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   Science & Technology Review
2015, Vol.33, No. 23
13 December 2015


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Make innovation in service robots, help china's future smart social development

TAO Yong
Science & Technology Review. 2015, 33 (23): 58-65.
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With the rapid development of mobile Internet, big data, cloud computing, artificial intelligence, smart sensing, micronano manufacturing and biological materials, the information age revolution is changing people's daily life. The intelligent society for people living and working will bring great changes gradually. Intelligent service robots is expected to play an irreplaceable role in the future of intelligent life. Firstly, the international frontier and the development trend of service robots are proposed. The service robot' s impact on future mode of life is introduced. The application form and a number of key technology of the household service robots and medical robots are presented respectively. Finally, the proposals of intelligent service robots boost social development are given.

Current status of autonomous underwater vehicles research and development

PANG Shuo, JIU Haifeng
Science & Technology Review. 2015, 33 (23): 66-71.
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With the development of robotic technology and the need of ocean exploration, the Autonomous Underwater Vehicle (AUV) technology becomes very active research field all over the world. This paper presents the research and development status of current AUV technology. The key technologies in the AUV research field and future prospective of AUV technology are also introduced in the paper.

Research and development of geometry robot

YAO Yan'an
Science & Technology Review. 2015, 33 (23): 72-80.
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The basic concept of the geometry robot is introduced in this paper, and the mathematic model, mechanical principle, engineering application, art design and philosophy consideration are discussed. Based on the development of geometry robot, the research and education ideology of MSEAP is proposed. MSEAP integrates study, research and application of geometry robot with mathematics, science, engineering, arts and philosophy, and aims at cultivating the logical thinking of mathematicians, the innovative spirit of scientists, the practical ability of engineerings, the aesthetic perspective of artists and the universal feelings of philosophers.

Advancements in wearable robots: Material aspect

GUO Rui, SHENG Lei, LIU Jing
Science & Technology Review. 2015, 33 (23): 81-91.
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With the rapid progress in robotic technology, such machine as a wearable smart device can be developed that perfectly combines human intelligence with mechanical system. Technologies related to such robots involve many scientific fields like mechanology, electronics, and biology, and have broad application prospects in the fields of human performance enhancement, sports assistant for the disabled, industrial manufacture and military reconnaissance. With the development of new materials and improvement of control algorithms, the performance of wearable robots has gained continuous progress and they have played a more and more important role in biomedicine and other fields. In this review, the designing schemes for selection of driving modality and construction of human-computer interface in developing wearable robots are discussed. From the material innovation aspect, the corresponding technical progress in recent years are introduced . The operating and control mechanisms lying behind the machine and materials are interpreted. The future development in this area are prospected as well.

Status and prospects of the lower extremity exoskeleton robots for human power augmentation

OUYANG Xiaoping, FAN Boqian, DING Shuo
Science & Technology Review. 2015, 33 (23): 92-99.
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The lower extremity exoskeleton used for human power augmentation is an intelligent robotic device that imitates the movement of the wearer to improvehis capacity of load-carrying, walking speed and duration. Therefore it is an important tool in rescuing, field manipulating and military applications. In this paper, the state-of-the-art prototype development at home and abroad is analyzed, which reveals that the domestic research is still in the theoretical analysis and laboratory test stage. A review on the key techniques of the lower extremity exoskeletons is presented. Some developing trends are stated at the end of this paper.

Research on human-robot interaction telerobot with force telepresence

SONG Aiguo
Science & Technology Review. 2015, 33 (23): 100-109.
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Human-robot interaction telerobot is currently a frontier and hot-point of robotics research. Telepresence is a core technique of the human-robot interaction. In this paper, we review the history of the telepresence telerobot technology, and illustrate the architecture of the telepresence telerobot system. There are three foundmental problems in force telepresence telerobot research:force perception, force feedback, and force control under time delay. Then we discuss its four key techniques, that is, sensing technique, force feedback and tactile display technique, control strategy under time delay, and predictive virtual environment modeling. We briefly introduce the development of telepresence telerobot research and its applications to nuclear detection and rehabilitation therapy areas at Southeast University during the past two decades. At last, we point out some future research directions of the human-robot interaction telerobot with force telepresence.

A survey on the cooperative SLAM problem of multi-robots systems based on visual

Lü Qiang, LIN Huican, ZHANG Yang, MA Jianye
Science & Technology Review. 2015, 33 (23): 110-115.
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Visual SLAM using only images as external information estimates the robot position while building the environment map. SLAM is a basic prerequisite for autonomous robots. Now it has been solved by using a laser or sonar sensor to build 2D map in a small dynamic environment. However, in a dynamic, wide range and complex environment there are still problems to be solved, and the use of vision as the basic external sensor is a new area of research. The use of computer vision techniques in visual SLAM, such as feature detection, characterization, feature matching, image recognition and recovery, has still much room for improvement. The paper offers a brief overview on visual SLAM about the latest and easy to understand technologies in the field. Multi-robot systems have many advantages over a single robot, which can improve the precision of SLAM system, and better adapt to the dynamic and complex environment. This paper expounds the methods of multi-robot SLAM, with emphasis on the map fusion methods.

Recent Progress and Trend on Robotics Standardization

YANG Shuping, LIU Ying
Science & Technology Review. 2015, 33 (23): 116-119.
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This paper briefly introduces the international and domestic robot standardization organizations and their histories, summarizes the research status in this field, as well as the international standardization wiith China's substantive participation. Finally the future development trend of the robotics standardization is prospected.

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