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Control of Step and Stair Climbing in Quadruped Robots

The justification for the complexity and cost of legged robots lies in their ability to negotiate rough terrain, overcome obstacles, and climb stairs. In this project, we develop controllers which permit the Scout II quadruped to dynamically negotiate obstacles.

S. Talebinejad, M. Buehler, E. Papadopoulos (U. Athens, Greece)

Annual Report

Mon Jun 26 21:22:20 GMT 2000