Control of a team of micro-robots for non-invasive medical applications

Abstract : This paper deals with the control and the synchronisation of a team of micro-robots that performs a non-invasive surgical act into a human body. These micro-robots are very small sized (from ten to some hundred microns). A single unit embeds the minimum of computing power and memory (minimalist electronics) to run a very light program, such as a finite-state machine. The mass effect of the joined micro-robots will allow to achieve the mission through a satisfactory way. The originality of this work being to consider a micro-robot as a disposable unit, which has to be as simple as possible, we need to combine reduced computing power with recent architectures. Some kinds of mission are described and the most promising is detailed. Preliminary simulations support our approach.
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6th National Conference on Control Architectures of Robots, May 2011, Grenoble, France. 2011
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Christophe Perrard, Nicolas Andreff. Control of a team of micro-robots for non-invasive medical applications. 6th National Conference on Control Architectures of Robots, May 2011, Grenoble, France. 2011. 〈inria-00599589〉

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