Sensors for bioproduction robots

Mitsuji Monta, Naoshi Kondo, Tateshi Fujiura

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Abstract

Bioproduction robots use different types of sensors for different applications. These sensors include external sensors for perception other than vision and internal sensors for mechanism control. External sensors include range sensors, proximity sensors, tactile sensors, ripeness sensors for fruit, or sensors for robot guidance. Internal sensors can be used for position and angle, velocity and angular velocity, acceleration, inclination, and azimuth measurements and fixed-position and fixed-angle detection.

Original languageEnglish
PublisherASAE
Number of pages24
Publication statusPublished - 1998
Externally publishedYes

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Robots
Sensors
Proximity sensors
Angular velocity
Fruits

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  • Engineering(all)

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Monta, M., Kondo, N., & Fujiura, T. (1998). Sensors for bioproduction robots. ASAE.

Sensors for bioproduction robots. / Monta, Mitsuji; Kondo, Naoshi; Fujiura, Tateshi.

ASAE, 1998. 24 p.

Research output: Book/ReportBook

Monta, M, Kondo, N & Fujiura, T 1998, Sensors for bioproduction robots. ASAE.
Monta M, Kondo N, Fujiura T. Sensors for bioproduction robots. ASAE, 1998. 24 p.
Monta, Mitsuji ; Kondo, Naoshi ; Fujiura, Tateshi. / Sensors for bioproduction robots. ASAE, 1998. 24 p.
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