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Survey on Mobile Robots: Theories, Approaches, Concepts, and Applications

EasyChair Preprint no. 9334

6 pagesDate: November 18, 2022


Humanoid robots, unmanned rovers, entertainment pets, drones, and other robots on wheels are examples of mobile robots. They differ from other robots in that they can walk around freely and have the intelligence to respond and form opinions based on perceptions of their surroundings. Mobile robots need a data source, a means of decoding that data, and a means of acting (including movement) in order to react to a changing environment. A strong cognition system is needed to recognise and adapt to an unfamiliar environment. There are currently mobile robots that can move in a variety of ways, including walking, running, jumping, and other actions that are found in biological movement. Robotics-related fields such as wheeled mobile robots, legged robots, flying robots, robot vision ,artificial intelligence, and others have emerged. These domains draw on a variety of technological disciplines, including mechanics, electronics, and computer science. This article explores the world of mobile robots, covering the most recent trends. Artificial intelligence, autonomous driving, network communication, collaborative work, nanorobotics, amiable human-robot interfaces, secure human-robot interaction, and emotion expression and perception are the new developments that are leading the way. Additionally, these news trends are utilised in other industries, including manufacturing, distribution of commodities, service robotics, sports, ergonomics, and medicine. In the upcoming years, these trends will continue to develop.

Keyphrases: cognitive, locomotion, mobile robotics, Navigation, perception, planning, Sensoring

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  author = {Dyapa Kavya and Nerella Sindhuja and Anugu Srija and M Jayalakshmi},
  title = {Survey on Mobile Robots: Theories, Approaches, Concepts, and Applications},
  howpublished = {EasyChair Preprint no. 9334},

  year = {EasyChair, 2022}}
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