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Aerodynamic Propeller Modelling

The objective of this research project is to create a more accurate quadcopter model that can be used to better test the stability of the quadcopter without risking hardware damage caused by experimental testing. This will be done by implementing a dynamic propeller model into a simulation space, Air Sim, in order to better represent

ASU Rise Lab’s Self Balancing Bicycle

The ASU RISE Lab’s autonomous bicycle project investigates the implementation of a self-driving bicycle for increased mobility and human-robot interaction research. This semester the research focus was on balance. Two strategies are being used in tandem to balance the bicycle; control of the steering column and a control moment gyroscope (CMG). Initial drive tests indicated

Cost-Effective Surveying Using Multiple Unmanned Aerial Vehicles

This project focuses on taking advantage of the low cost and ease of use of quadcopters for performing topological surveys via an Unmanned Aerial System (UAS) that will autonomously task a fleet of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) to partition and survey a user-designated land area. The researcher has bilateral communication between a quadcopter and an

Design of Compact Lower Limb Exoskeleton for Gait Assistance

Robotic Exoskeletons assist patients with impaired mobility due to aging and spinal cord injuries, which is becoming increasingly more prevalent. However, the present exoskeletons are either bulky or do not provide necessary power. The design needs to be improved with state of the art mechatronics. In this project, a comprehensive study of design of exoskeletons