Autonomous Robots

Industrial cyber-physical systems (ICPS), which is the backbone of Industry 4.0, are the result of adapting emerging information communication technologies (ICT) to the industrial control systems (ICS). ICPS utilize autonomous robotic arms to accomplish manufacturing tasks. These arms follow a certain predetermined trajectory during the task. 

In this dataset, we present four files generated from a setup that contains two Universal Robot UR3e collaborative robotic arms:


In this study, we present advances on the development of proactive control for online individual user adaptation in a welfare robot guidance scenario, with the integration of three main modules: navigation control, visual human detection, and temporal error correlation-based neural learning. The proposed control approach can drive a mobile robot to autonomously navigate in relevant indoor environments. At the same time, it can predict human walking speed based on visual information without prior knowledge of personality and preferences (i.e., walking speed).


This paper introduces an edge-controlled autonomous robot with a gyro-stabilized active suspension system in form of a hybrid quadrupedal wheel drive mechanism, capable of detecting free pathways with an angular resolution of 1 degree and steering the robot in that direction. This features the computer-aided prototyping of the robot as a complete multisensory mechatronic system. Also, several algorithmic models were used in developing the robot’s software, which includes suspension control and pathfinding algorithms.