Robotics Research Group
Research Unit Profile
INACTIVE - This group is dedicated to the advancement of open architecture intelligent machine technology with a primary focus on robotics. In existence since 1985, the RRG now occupies more than 16,000 sq. ft. of office and laboratory space in the Microelectronics Research Building, which is on UT’s J.J. Pickle Research Campus. The aim of the RRG is to conduct basic and applied research in the area of open architecture mechanical systems. For this, the RRG has three major research threads. The first is the development of high performance modular actuators. The second is the development of high dexterity and precision robotic manipulators and their associated software (OSCAR). The third is the development of integrated workcells and software architectures for workcell integration and operation.
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|Pryor, Mitchell||Mechanical Engineering|
|Tesar, Delbert||Mechanical Engineering||-Actuators -Motor, Brake, Sensor, and Electronic Interfaces -Systems Metrology and Modularity -Structural Design -Fault Tolerance and Condition-Based -Maintenance -Robotics Dr. Tesar is the …|