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Cutting, ‘by Pressing and Slicing’, Applied to the Robotic Cut of Bio-materials, Part II: Force during Slicing and Pressing Cuts
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2006-05)
The applications of robotics are becoming more and more common in non-traditional industries such as the medical industry including robotic surgery and sample microtoming as well as food industry that include the ...
Automation of Bird Front Half Deboning Procedure: Design and Analysis
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2007-06)
Bio -material cutting, such as meat deboning, is one of the most common operations in the food processing industry. It is also the largest employer of people in the United States. These tasks are currently manual processes ...
A Network-based Approach for Assessing Co-Operating Manned and Unmanned Systems (MUMS)
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2010-09)
Traditionally, robots have been programmed to do precisely what their human operators instruct them to do, but more recently, they have become more sophisticated, intelligent, and autonomous. Once they reach a sufficiently ...