Special Issue "Applications of Multisensory Fusion for Automation and Control of Robotic Systems"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (20 September 2022) | Viewed by 10549
Interests: multi-sensor fusion; control systems; robotics and mechatronic systems; autonomous vehicles; UAV's; aerial manipulation; humanoids
Interests: multi-sensor fusion; systems modeling and analysis; control systems; robotics and mechatronic systems; autonomous vehicle; UAV's; aerial manipulation
For decades, the tasks assigned to robots have constantly evolved to give birth to today's robots, that which participate more and more in the daily life of humans. The robots of yesteryear were very heavy manipulators, static and confined in factories to perform repetitive tasks in often familiar and static environments. Today's robots are increasingly mobile, independent, intelligent, and autonomous to provide more services that were, not so long ago, pure science fiction. The continuous improvement of their autonomy and efficiency has enabled their implementation in many fields such as transportation, medicine, construction, agriculture, and human services. Advances in sensor technologies and their integration into intelligent devices and systems have accelerated the increase in the autonomy and efficiency of robotic systems, enabling them to perform tasks that are more complex.
In this Special Issue, we invite original review and research papers addressing multi-sensor integration and fusion for the control of robotic systems such as UAVs, humanoid robots, collaborative robots, robotic manipulators, aerial manipulators, automated vehicles, etc.
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Advanced robotics
- Advances in robotic applications
- Advances in perception and control
- Multi-sensor system design
- Integration of sensors in control systems
- Position and localization systems
- Sensor technique in robotic applications
- Sensor-based robot navigation, task, and motion planning
- Sensor integration and fusion for positioning and navigation
- Flight control and surveillance systems
- Guidance control systems
- Intelligent transportation systems
- Locomotion and manipulation in robot systems
Prof. Dr. Abdelaziz Benallegue
Dr. A. El Hadri
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- Robot sensing and data fusion
- Perception systems
- Robust control systems
- Nonlinear control systems
- Smart sensors
- Fusion techniques
- Multisensory integration and fusion
- Vision-based sensing