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iRonCub FOR AERIAL HUMANOID ROBOTICS

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We give humanoid the ability to fly

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In light of the above, the current state of the art in robotics lacks a platform able to combine the following capabilities:

  • Manipulation: to open doors, move objects, close valves;
  • Aerial locomotion: to perform outdoor inspection and to move from one building to another;
  • Bipedal terrestrial locomotion: to perform indoor inspection and climb stairs.

Hence, we define aerial humanoid robotics as the outcome of the platforms having the three above capacities.

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