Naoya Uchiyama

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Wearable assist robots deliver power in form of direct contacts with the user, therefore, safety control is considered to be the prior requirement for wearable assist robots. To improve safety, the robot needs to be controlled based on the current contact state feedback. As a state estimation concept approach, a feedback control system based on joint torque(More)
In this paper, a new impedance control method based on pressure distribution for wearable assist robot on multi-joint part is proposed. Generally, assist robots were designed based on assisting for a simple joint body part of the user such as elbow, knee, limb and so on. These robots can be similar structure to the assisted body part, and they can follow(More)
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