Electronic Architecture for a Mobile Manipulator

Oscar Aviles, Mauricio Felipe Mauledoux Monroy, Oscar Rubiano


A mobile manipulator is a robotic system consisting of a mobile platform on which a manipulator arm is mounted, allowing the robotic system to perform locomotion and manipulation tasks simultaneously. A mobile manipulator has several advantages over a robot manipulator which is fixed, the main advantage is a larger workspace. The robots manipulators are oriented to work collaboratively with the human being in tasks that simultaneously require mobility and ability to interact with the environment through the manipulation of objects. This article will present the electronic design for a mobile robot manipulator with five degrees of freedom and a 6-wheel traction with four of these directional.


mobile manipulator, robotic system, electronic design.

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International Journal of Online and Biomedical Engineering (iJOE) – eISSN: 2626-8493
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