Acousto-optic positioning hexapod disaster relief robot
Zhongying ZhaoYixuan PanYao YaoNing Yang
摘要：The second accident after the disaster is the main cause of a large number of casualties. Instead of rescue workers, robots enter the disaster area at the first time, sense the sound or light of the trapped people, quickly find and send the location information of the trapped people to the upper computer, which can save more trapped people in a short time. The experiment of this design is divided into light source tracking experiment and sound source positioning experiment. The design of biomimetic acousto-optic positioning system includes: light source target recognition, direction recognition and real-time tracking. The motion control adopts hexapod robot as the motion structure. A method of target positioning based on acousto-optic positioning is proposed, which has low cost, small calculation, good real-time performance. Compared with traditional methods, the successful recognition rate increased 2.8% and the number of errors decreased from 37 to 23 under natural light. The combination of sound and light greatly improves the perception ability of disaster relief robot.
5th International Conference on Automation, Control and Robotics Engineering （CACRE 2020）