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Sensor noise moves flexible robots

21 June 2016

Industrial robots are very good in performing pre programmed tasks. But teaching them new tasks requires a lot of programming. The ENgineering and TEchnology instiute Groningen (ENTEG) would like to develop flexible robots. Héctor Garcia de Marina Peinado describes how to do this in his thesis, which he will defend Friday June 24 at 9.00 am in the Academy Building.

For more information see the whole article on Science Linx (in Dutch)

Last modified:24 June 2016 4.08 p.m.

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