Martin Arsenault

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Other than from its sensing and processing capabilities, a mobile robotic platform can be limited in its use by its ability to move in the environment. Legs, tracks and wheels are all efficient means of ground locomotion that are most suitable in different situations. Legs allow to climb over obstacles and change the height of the robot, modifying its(More)
AZIMUT is a mobile robotic platform that combines wheels, legs and tracks to move in three-dimensional environments. Its design is the result of an interdisciplinary effort combining expertise in mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, computer engineering and industrial design. After presenting AZIMUT, this paper describes the challenges of(More)
  • Fran cois Michaud, Dominic L etourneau, +8 authors Serge Carona
  • 2003
Other than from its sensing and processing capabilities, a mobile robotic platform can be limited in its use by its ability to move in the environment. A wheeled robot works well on at surfaces. Tracks are useful over rough terrains, while legs allow a robot to move over obstacles. In this paper we present a new concept of mobile robot with the objective of(More)
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