Realtime vision based dynamic power management of in-plane magnetic mobile microrobots for avoidance of excessive surface stiction

Abstract

Mobile microrobots can be used as on-chip remote micromanipulation tools to handle with delicate samples, such as cells and biological tissues. Many efforts have been made to improve microrobots actuation, controllability and power consumption. However, stiction phenomena occurring between the robot and the substrate on which it is moving are still a big… (More)
DOI: 10.1109/IROS.2017.8206135

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