Articulated Motion (ArM) Laboratory

This laboratory supports research activities in the simulation, analysis, design, and control of articulated motion generated by either biological or robotic systems. The emphasis is on the class of articulated systems that are kinematically redundant, and therefore capable of highly complex and dexterous motions. Current research activities include the development of failure tolerant robotic systems for use in hazardous or remote environments and the design of automated assembly and inspection systems for industrial applications. The research activities are supported by a computer graphic simulation environment and experimental robotic testbed that includes multiple commercial manipulators.

For more information about this laboratory, contact: Prof. A. A. Maciejewski