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    Aerial Manipulation with Quadrotors

    Uploaded on Sep 24, 2010

    Videos from experiments in our ISRR paper, "Planning and Control for Cooperative Manipulation and Transportation with Aerial Robots" by Jonathan Fink, Nathan Michael, Soonkyum Kim, and Vijay Kumar. This video was generated as a multimedia attachment to our IJRR journal submission (to be published)

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    An Aerial Manipulator based on a Over-Actuated Modular Aerial Platform

    Published on Jul 12, 2013

    This video shows the AIRobots ducted-fan prototype accomplishing advanced operations including tilting in midair and writing a small sentence using the on-board manipulator. The video shows the main advantages of having the longitudinal dynamics of the vehicle fully-actuated, namely such that the pitch and the longitudinal position can be controlled independently. The full-version of this video will be available at IROS2013!

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    Quadrotor With Robotic Arm

    Published on Nov 21, 2013

    "Aerial Manipulation Using a Quadrotor with a Two DOF Robotic Arm," by Suseong Kim, Seungwon Choi, and H. Jin Kim from Seoul National University, Seoul, South Korea. Presented at 2013 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS), Tokyo, Japan.

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    Aerial Manipulation - video lecture by Prof. Bruno Siciliano

    Published on May 21, 2015

    Prof. Bruno Siciliano from the PRISMA Lab (University of Naples), presents the video lecture titled Aerial Manipulation, the “flying eye and hand” research and application area his team at PRISMA has been researching for the last 7 years. More specifically, Prof. Siciliano focuses on his AIRobots, ARCAS and SHERPA projects funded by the European Union. Aerial robotic has became a new frontier in service robotics (through quadcopters, flying drones…), and is useful in rescue, patrolling, localisation operations that seriously put at risk human lives up until now. Moreover, aerial manipulation has proven to be an attractive business opportunity (think of Amazon who bought drones to deliver online ordered packages or the numerous industrial applications of drones for inspection and manipulation). In this view, Prof. Siciliano developed the AIRobot project (2010-2013) where impedance control techniques where used in the field of aerial manipulation; the ARCAS project (in its second out of 4 years of development) which proposes the development and experimental validation of the first cooperative free-flying robot system for assembly and structure construction; and the SHERPA project (first year of development), a mixed ground and aerial robotic platform to support search and rescue activities in a real-world hostile environment like the alpine scenario.

    We invite you to watch Prof. Siciliano’s presentation of his innovative robotic projects within the aerial manipulation field in its entirety.

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