Exoskeleton Robot Research
AI Lower Exoskeleton Robot Control Project
The shape of a human body is different in all the populations of the world. One of the most difficult things about properly controlling exoskeleton robots is that they need to be controlled flexibly, depending on the diversity of these individuals.
In our lab, we’re studying how to analyze these variations with AI technology and use it appropriately for robot control
Our ResearchesActive Passive Hybrid Joint System Using Planetary Gears Tendon Driven Actuator for Exoskeleton Robot IMU Based GAIT Phase Prediction in CNN Model
- Development of Solution Technology for Personalized Gait Control and Performance Evaluation of Lower-limb Robotic Exoskeleton through Artificial Intelligence/Big Data
- Development of Healthcare Service and Medical Robot using Artificial Intelligence
Mobile Manipulator Research
Mobile Manipulator Project
In our lab, research on mobile manipulators is being conducted in various ways under the theme of Human-Robot Interaction (HRI). Working with mobile manipulator robots and workers can make it easier to perform tasks, or they can do certain tasks on behalf of people.
Our ResearchesCollision-Free Target Grasping Motion Planning Target tracking mobile robot
- Hyundai Mobis Mobile Manipulator Whole Body Control
- Towards Ergonomics-based Human-Robot Collaboration with Intelligent Anticipatory Behaviours
- Development Service of Systemic Control Algorithm for Development of Safety Guidelines for Mobile Cooperative Robot Workshop