Structural Vibration for Robotic Communication and Sensing on One-Dimensional Structures.

Hill, Lloyd.

Mekdara, Jerry.

Trimmer, Barry.

White, Robert D.

2015.

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  • Structural vibrations in waveguide structures are examined as a means of communication and sensing for networks of robots. Inspired by the observation that insects may use structural vibrations to communicate and to detect features of their environment, a centimeter-scale mobile robot equipped with a piezoelectic vibration-sensing element was constructed. Preliminary communication and sensing tech... read more
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  • Hill, Maxwell, Jerry Mekdara, Barry Trimmer, and Robert David White, "Structural Vibration for Robotic Communication and Sensing on One-Dimensional Structures", in the 7th International Symposium on Adaptive Motion of Animals and Machines (AMAM 2015), Cambridge, MA, June 21-25, 2015.
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