2013
DOI: 10.5687/sss.2013.219
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Abstract: This paper shows a basic approach of stabilizing control and tracking method for keeping a sensing level using a pan-tilt unit on an inverted pendulum mobile robot. The mobile robot has just two wheels, which means that this robot is of an inverted pendulum type. Moreover it has several sensors. In this situation, the pitch angle is not always constant, and the data from the sensors are affected by it. Therefore, it is necessary to obtain precisely their posture such as position and angles, where the sensor de… Show more

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“…Therefore, the sensors on the robot cannot obtain desirable sensing data when the robot is moving and swinging. This problem was referred in the previous work [9], and the detail of a tracking method by using the pan-tilt unit (PTU) had been shown. Figure 3 shows a picture of the PTU and its rough sketch with two angles.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 96%
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“…Therefore, the sensors on the robot cannot obtain desirable sensing data when the robot is moving and swinging. This problem was referred in the previous work [9], and the detail of a tracking method by using the pan-tilt unit (PTU) had been shown. Figure 3 shows a picture of the PTU and its rough sketch with two angles.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 96%
“…The mobile robot has usually several sensors to detect pedestrians and moving obstacles, and to provide the self-position. In the previous work, we reported a unique campus robot "KoRo" using this mobile robot with several sensors [7] [8], and a tracking method using a pan-tilt unit on the mobile robot [9]. The pan-tilt unit is a useful device to control attached sensors for moving any direction.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%