Nonprehensile Manipulation of Deformable Objects: Achievements and Perspectives from the RobDyMan Project

Abstract : The goal of this work is to disseminate the results achieved so far within the RODYMAN project related to planning and control strategies for robotic nonprehensile manipulation. The project aims at advancing the state of the art of nonprehensile dynamic manipulation of rigid and deformable objects to future enhance the possibility of employing robots in anthropic environments. The final demonstrator of the RODYMAN project will be an autonomous pizza maker. This article is a milestone to highlight the lessons learned so far and pave the way towards future research directions and critical discussions.
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Fabio Ruggiero, Antoine Petit, Diana Serra, Aykut Satici, Jonathan Cacace, et al.. Nonprehensile Manipulation of Deformable Objects: Achievements and Perspectives from the RobDyMan Project. IEEE Robotics and Automation Magazine, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 2018, 25 (3), pp.83 - 92. ⟨10.1109/mra.2017.2781306⟩. ⟨hal-01889779⟩

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