By Aleksandar Rodić, Theodor Borangiu
This e-book offers the lawsuits of the twenty fifth foreign convention on Robotics in Alpe-Adria-Danube zone, RAAD 2016 held in Belgrade, Serbia, on June 30th–July second, 2016. according to the culture of the development, RAAD 2016 lined all of the vital parts of analysis and innovation in new robotic designs and clever robotic regulate, with papers together with clever robotic movement keep an eye on; robotic imaginative and prescient and sensory processing; Novel layout of robotic manipulators and grippers; robotic purposes in production and companies; self sustaining structures, humanoid and jogging robots; Human–robot interplay and collaboration; Cognitive robots and emotional intelligence; clinical, human-assistive robots and prosthetic layout; Robots in development and humanities, and Evolution, schooling, criminal and social problems with robotics. For the 1st time in RAAD heritage, the subjects cloud robots, criminal and moral matters in robotics in addition to robots in arts have been incorporated within the technical application. The booklet is a priceless source for researchers in fields of robotics, engineers who enforce robot ideas in production, providers and healthcare, and master’s and Ph.D. scholars engaged on robotics projects.
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