Bio-Inspired Amphibious Robot with Multiple Modes of Mobility

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Surf-zone environments represent an extreme challenges to robot operation. A robot that autonomously navigates rocky terrain, constantly changing underwater currents, hard-packed moist sand and loose dry sand characterizing this environment, would have significant utility in a range of defence and civilian missions. The study of animal locomotion mechanisms… (More)

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@inproceedings{Boxerbaum2013BioInspiredAR, title={Bio-Inspired Amphibious Robot with Multiple Modes of Mobility}, author={Alexander S. Boxerbaum and Matthew A. Klein and Jeffery E. Kline and Stuart C. Burgess and Roger D. Quinn and Richard Harkins and Ravi Vaidyanathan}, year={2013} }