Design Consideration of Gripper Control for Mine Detector Robot (MDR)
Keywords:Gripper Control, Landmine, Mine Detector Robot (MDR), Pick and Place,
AbstractLandmine is an explosive device designed as a military weapon and poses a great threat to humanity. The metal detector robot is designed to detect the location of the landmine to increase the efficiency in the demining process. Most of the mine detector robot does not have the mechanism for the application of pick and place the landmine from the ground. Human still has to manually dispose of the landmine even with the assist of the mine detector robot. This situation still threatens the safety of human during the demining process. This situation can be overcome if the mine detector robot is equipped with a robot arm with gripper control to pick up a landmine. Hence, in this paper, the arm with gripper control is designed for pick and place of landmine which can be implanted on the mine detector robot. This robot arm can be controlled wirelessly within a safety range to perform pick and place of the landmine. Some of the simulations of static analysis has been done to test the ability of this gripper. As a result, this gripper can pick up the load up to 500g.
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