-Motor, Brake, Sensor, and Electronic Interfaces
-Systems Metrology and Modularity
-Fault Tolerance and Condition-Based -Maintenance
Dr. Tesar is the Director of the UT Robotics Research Group, and his research interests include the development of advanced component and system technology for intelligent machines and robotics including their performance, condition-based maintenance, and fault tolerance for applications in space, manufacturing, military operations and microsurgery.
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