Methods of remote control over space robots

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Abstract

The paper proposes methods for remote control over space robots. An advanced and realistic approach to the creation of a system of remote control over space robots is proposed and proved theoretically. Considered methods involve using interface-simulator including a model of the robot and its external environment, as well as simulated gravity conditions in the operation area, in particular, conditions of weightlessness. However, constructing ideal models of the robot and its external environment is impossible. In the paper the methods of correcting erroneous actions of the robot caused by the "nonideal" models of external environment are proposed. The results of experimental testing the given theoretical conclusions with the use of a prototype system of control over space robots are given.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publication2015 International Conference on Mechanics - Seventh Polyakhov's Reading (Saint Petersburg)
EditorsAA Tikhonov
PublisherIEEE Canada
Pages113-118
Number of pages6
Publication statusPublished - 2015
EventСедьмые Поляховские чтения: международная конференция по механике, посвященная 110-летию со дня рождения профессора К.И.Страховича - Saint Petersburg
Duration: 1 Feb 20155 Feb 2015
Conference number: 7
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Conference

Conference2015 INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON MECHANICS
CountryRussian Federation
CitySaint Petersburg
Period1/02/155/02/15
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Kulakov, F., Alferov, G., & Efimova, P. (2015). Methods of remote control over space robots. In AA. Tikhonov (Ed.), 2015 International Conference on Mechanics - Seventh Polyakhov's Reading (Saint Petersburg) (pp. 113-118). IEEE Canada.
Kulakov, Felix ; Alferov, Gennadiy ; Efimova, Polina. / Methods of remote control over space robots. 2015 International Conference on Mechanics - Seventh Polyakhov's Reading (Saint Petersburg). editor / AA Tikhonov. IEEE Canada, 2015. pp. 113-118
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Kulakov, F, Alferov, G & Efimova, P 2015, Methods of remote control over space robots. in AA Tikhonov (ed.), 2015 International Conference on Mechanics - Seventh Polyakhov's Reading (Saint Petersburg). IEEE Canada, pp. 113-118, Saint Petersburg, 1/02/15.

Methods of remote control over space robots. / Kulakov, Felix; Alferov, Gennadiy; Efimova, Polina.

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Kulakov F, Alferov G, Efimova P. Methods of remote control over space robots. In Tikhonov AA, editor, 2015 International Conference on Mechanics - Seventh Polyakhov's Reading (Saint Petersburg). IEEE Canada. 2015. p. 113-118