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Theory and Applications for Control of Aerial Robots in Physical Interaction Through Tethers

Abstract : This book studies how autonomous aerial robots physically interact with the surrounding environment. Intended to promote the advancement of aerial physical interaction, it analyzes a particular class of aerial robots: tethered aerial vehicles. By examining specific systems, while still considering the challenges of the general problem, it will help readers acquire the knowledge and expertise needed for the subsequent development of more general methods applicable to aerial physical interaction. The formal analysis covers topics ranging from control, state estimation, and motion planning, to experimental validation. Addressing both theoretical and technical aspects, the book is intended for a broad academic and industrial readership, including undergraduate students, researchers and engineers. It can be used as a teaching reference, or as the basis for product development.
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Marco Tognon, Antonio Franchi. Theory and Applications for Control of Aerial Robots in Physical Interaction Through Tethers. Springer. 2020, Springer Tracts in Advanced Robotics, 978-3-030-48658-7. ⟨hal-02898958⟩

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