FREEDOM robot has been developed for exploring dangerous or inac-cessible sites by human operators, either from the ground and/or from the air, in urban environment, either in ordinary events, but also because of disasters. The system, composed by a ground module and an aerial module, it is based on the de-sign concept of taking advantage of both systems sharing design philosophy and management. One of the main design issue is the possibility of extending the in-spection capability by providing power supply from the ground module to the fling module. In this contribution, the basic features of the system and its applica-tion to agriculture are proposed.

Application of an inspection robot composed by collaborative terrestrial and aerial modules for an operation in agriculture

P. Rea
Investigation
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E. Ottaviano
Investigation
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2018

Abstract

FREEDOM robot has been developed for exploring dangerous or inac-cessible sites by human operators, either from the ground and/or from the air, in urban environment, either in ordinary events, but also because of disasters. The system, composed by a ground module and an aerial module, it is based on the de-sign concept of taking advantage of both systems sharing design philosophy and management. One of the main design issue is the possibility of extending the in-spection capability by providing power supply from the ground module to the fling module. In this contribution, the basic features of the system and its applica-tion to agriculture are proposed.
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