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#ICRAcam (Part 1): Adhesion grippers, robot life cycles, car-towing bots, and motion planning

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16 June 2015



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There was so much great research presented at ICRA in Seattle this year that it was tough to find the time to see it all. Thanks to IEEE RAS ICRA, who allowed us to film at the event, we are able to bring you highlights from some of this year’s exciting papers. We’ll be sharing lots more ICRAcam videos over the next couple of weeks, so watch this space! In Part One: Adhesion grippers, robots life cycles, car-towing bots, and motion planning in uncertainty.


 

Check out that grip!

Grasping without Squeezing: Shear Adhesion Gripper with Fibrillar Thin Film Hawkes, Elliot Wright; Christensen, David; Han, Amy Kyungwon; Jiang, Hao; Cutkosky, Mark
*Best Student Conference Paper Award Winners*

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The cycle of life, robo-style

An Untethered Miniature Origami Robot that Self-folds, Walks, Swims, and DegradesMiyashita, Shuhei; Guitron, Steven; Ludersdorfer, Marvin; Sung, Cynthia; Rus, Daniela
*Best Conference Paper Award Finalists*

IEEE Spectrum article
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Parking illegally? A robot could tow your car away

AVERT: An Autonomous Multi-Robot System for Vehicle Extraction and Transportation Amanatiadis, Angelos Democritus; Henschel, Christopher; Birkicht, Bernd; Andel, Benjamin; Charalampous, Konstantinos; Kostavelis, Ioannis; May, Richard; Gasteratos, Antonios

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Path planning in the face of uncertainty

An Online and Approximate Solver for POMDPs with Continuous Action Space
Seiler, Konstantin; Kurniawati, Hanna; Singh, Surya
*Best Conference Paper Award Finalist*

Konstantin-Seiler-Animation

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