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Experimental study of a remote-controlled police dogbot

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5 Author(s)
Qu, Y.L. ; Shenyang Inst. of Autom., Chinese Acad. of Sci., Shenyang ; Zhao, M.Y. ; Dong, Z.L. ; Wang, Y.C.H.
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A remote-controlled police dogbot, which is a new type of mobile robot based on a living German shepherd dog, is proposed and its experimental tested schematic system is implemented. The dogbot can achieve very flexible movement without complicated mechanical structure and complex control algorithm, but through living animal body and its intelligence. The motion control of this mobile robot is the operant behavior control of the animal. There are many possible important applications for the prototype developed in this paper, such as independently rescuing hostages, scouting, and public services et al. The key problems in police dogbot design, such as system architecture, operant behavior control, vision monitoring and feedback, wireless communication etc., are discussed and studied by experiments. The voice command system allows a prompt and effective guide of working dog. The test results show that this police dogbot, which combines life with electronic sensing, navigation technology and robotics, is a very valid mobile robot, and leads to a new branch for robot research

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Robotics and Biomimetics (ROBIO). 2005 IEEE International Conference on

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