DLR hand II: hard- and software architecture for information processing

@inproceedings{Haidacher2003DLRHI,
  title={DLR hand II: hard- and software architecture for information processing},
  author={Steffen Haidacher and J{\"o}rg Butterfa{\ss} and Max Fischer and Markus Grebenstein and Klaus J{\"o}hl and Klaus Kunze and Matthias Nickel and Nikolaus Seitz and Gerd Hirzinger},
  booktitle={ICRA},
  year={2003}
}
In the robotic community more and more hands have been developed. These newly designed manipulators greatly outperform their ancestors in terms of available sensor signals, applicable grasping force, mechanical stability, reliability, kinematic design and more. This development extends the possible range and complexity of applications of robotic grippers also to areas outside of well structured laboratories and simple tasks. It also calls for more flexible control structures to provide a… CONTINUE READING

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