Roberto P. Razzoli

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SUMMARY. Epi.q-2 is a transport robotic device able to move in structured or unstructured environments. Using a locomotion system that mixes wheeled and legged locomotion, the Epi.q-2 can face different grounds: it can move on flat, inclined, undulating or uneven terrain, it can go up stairs or climb over obstacles. 1 INTRODUCTION Observing all over the(More)
Nowadays, the globalisation complex and confused scenarios show that the industrialism cycle has arrived to an impasse; sustainable and long-lasting progress requests strong changeovers. The technology challenge needs solving the over-pollution and over-consumption figures of the current industrialism: to that purpose the world ought to radically modify the(More)
This paper presents the results of a research funded by the theme 3 (modular assembly systems) and developed by Electrolux Zanussi Research Center in Italy. The research objective is the development and validation of the basic components of a modular architecture for high-performance robotic cells [1]. The reference application is the assembly of rigid and(More)