A Smoothly Flexible Segmented Snake Robot That Uses a Slithering Motion to Climb a Ladder
While at the 2018 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS 2018), Japanese researchers Tatsuya Takemori, Motoyasu Tanaka, and Fumitoshi Matsuno from Kyoto University and the University of Electro-Communications, presented their remarkable flexible segmented snake robot, which employed a slithering motion to climb a ladder. This presentation was based upon their collective paper “Development and Future Extension of Snake-like Robots on ImPACT TRC Project“.
Ladder Climbing with a Snake Robot.
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Ladder-Climbing Snake Robot – Kyoto University and University of Electro-Communications#SnakeRobot #IROS #IROS2018 #innovation #news #qbotics #tech #technology #books #learnrobotics pic.twitter.com/h6r9pPtWXO
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