Publication detail

VIRTUAL PROTOTYPE OF FAST DIFFERENTIALLY DRIVEN MOBILE ROBOT AIMED AT CONTROL ALGORITHM DEVELOPMENT

GREPL, R. HRABEC, J.

Original Title

VIRTUAL PROTOTYPE OF FAST DIFFERENTIALLY DRIVEN MOBILE ROBOT AIMED AT CONTROL ALGORITHM DEVELOPMENT

English Title

VIRTUAL PROTOTYPE OF FAST DIFFERENTIALLY DRIVEN MOBILE ROBOT AIMED AT CONTROL ALGORITHM DEVELOPMENT

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

This paper briefly reports about the project of virtual prototyping of differentially driven soccer robot. The main motivation is given by the necessity to model the system dynamics during the advanced control algorithm development. During the fast manoeuvres the slipping frequently appears and subsequently the control is lost. The Simulink environment is usually used for simulations of control problems and SimMechanics allows the modelling of mechanical issues with automatic equation derivation.

English abstract

This paper briefly reports about the project of virtual prototyping of differentially driven soccer robot. The main motivation is given by the necessity to model the system dynamics during the advanced control algorithm development. During the fast manoeuvres the slipping frequently appears and subsequently the control is lost. The Simulink environment is usually used for simulations of control problems and SimMechanics allows the modelling of mechanical issues with automatic equation derivation.

Keywords

virtual prototype, mobile robot, robotic soccer

RIV year

2007

Released

05.06.2007

Publisher

Gliwice

Location

Gliwice

Pages from

59

Pages to

64

Pages count

5

Documents

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT28068,
  author="Robert {Grepl} and Jakub {Hrabec}",
  title="VIRTUAL PROTOTYPE OF FAST DIFFERENTIALLY DRIVEN MOBILE ROBOT AIMED AT CONTROL ALGORITHM DEVELOPMENT",
  annote="This paper briefly reports about the project of virtual prototyping of differentially driven soccer robot. The main motivation is given by the necessity to model the system dynamics during the advanced control algorithm development. During the fast manoeuvres the slipping frequently appears and subsequently the control is lost. The Simulink environment is usually used for simulations of control problems and SimMechanics allows the modelling of mechanical issues with automatic equation derivation.",
  address="Gliwice",
  booktitle="Modelling and optimization of physical systems",
  chapter="28068",
  edition="1",
  institution="Gliwice",
  year="2007",
  month="june",
  pages="59--64",
  publisher="Gliwice",
  type="conference paper"
}