Robots move many ways to move to accomplish their job they must do every day. Scientists research the moves found in natural sources to ensure that robots can move in an effective and precise manner. Researchers have been observing the movements and motions of animals for centuries. There are drones that can replicate the motion of insects like dragonflies, as well as birds, to fly and collect information. Arm movements of humans are the basis for almost every robot motion of a common single or dual-armed robot. These motions assist to uplift productivity in a factory by improving the speed and accuracy of the production line, which saves the manufacturer time and money.
One of the main purpose in this field is in developing capabilities for robots to autonomously decide how, when, and where to move.
- Track 1-1 Legged Locomotion
- Track 2-2 PTP, Circular, CP movement
- Track 3-3 Type of Locomotion
- Track 4-4 Robot motion planning