A robot system design for low-cost multi-robot manipulation

@article{McLurkin2014ARS,
  title={A robot system design for low-cost multi-robot manipulation},
  author={James McLurkin and Adam McMullen and Nick Robbins and Golnaz Habibi and Aaron Becker and Alvin Chou and Hao Li and Meagan John and Nnena Okeke and Joshua Rykowski and Sunny Kim and William Xie and Taylor Vaughn and Yu Zhou and Jennifer Shen and Nelson Chen and Quillan Kaseman and Lindsay Langford and Jeremy Hunt and Amanda Boone and Kevin Koch},
  journal={2014 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems},
  year={2014},
  pages={912-918}
}
Multi-robot manipulation allows for scalable environmental interaction, which is critical for multi-robot systems to have an impact on our world. A successful manipulation model requires cost-effective robots, robust hardware, and proper system feedback and control. This paper details key sensing and manipulator capabilities of the r-one robot. The r-one robot is an advanced, open source, low-cost platform for multi-robot manipulation and sensing that meets all of these requirements. The parts… CONTINUE READING

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