An Embedded Tactile and Force Sensor for Robotic Manipulation

The paper tells us things around dextrous robot, transducer, signal conditioning, tactile sensor, tactile sensors, level, tactile, sensor, tactile image, force, tactile data, and microcontroller. In this paper we can learn explanation regarding torque, force measurement, matrix, skeleton structure, pressure, design, integrated tactile, electrodes, sensing, gripper, torque sensors, and microcontroller board.

There are many explanation related to local microcontroller, control, measurements, robot, components, data acquisition, conductive rubber, information, manipulation control, force sensor, data processing, and manipulation are described inside this paper. Below are grabbed from the paper:

The major contribution of this paper is to present the design of a fully integrated tactile and 3-axis force sensor, with embedded electronics. The approach adopted has been that of using low cost components available off-the-shelf, and to pursue a highly modular sensor design. The proposed system consists of a distributed array (8 × 8), of analog tactile elements based on conductive rubber, and of a solid state. The major contribution of this paper is to present the design of a fully integrated tactile and 3-axis force sensor, with embedded electronics. The approach adopted has been that of using low cost components available off-the-shelf, and to pursue a highly modular sensor design.

Also, the paper contains more regarding tactile force sensor, feedback, amplifier, force torque, structure, tendon actuated mechanisms, tactile force, sensor system, circuit, embedded tactile, and electronics.

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