L’activitat del grup de recerca GRINS és el desenvolupament de sistemes robòtics intel•ligents, d’aplicació en camps poc estructurats en que, per la seva complexitat, no és possible una preprogramació de la tasca, com és el cas de la robòtica mèdica (quirúrgica, neurorehabilitació i assistencial) o en determinades aplicacions de la robòtica industrial o de serveis.
Les seves tres àrees temàtiques de recerca: robòtica, visió per computador i sistemes empotrats, conflueixen en els diferents projectes de recerca i transferència de tecnologia reforçant-se entre elles. En aquests àmbits, el disseny i la implementació requereixen d’una interacció persona-robot intuïtiva que precisa de sistemes de percepció, especialment visió, i la interpretació del context de treball. La implementació de sistemes intel•ligents comporta per a moltes aplicacions, la distribució d'aquesta capacitat tant a sensors com a mòduls de control descentralitzats, utilitzant tota la capacitat dels sistemes empotrats.

http://futur.upc.edu/GRINS

The group?s main field of research is the study, analysis and development of systems that involve advanced robotic systems that have perception capabilities and distributed control, which can thus achieve more intelligent and flexible behaviours. This subject is extremely broad in scope. The group focuses mainly on the development of multiagent systems (robots and persons) that have cooperation capabilities. It also works on the study, analysis and design of distributed control systems, where communication, real-time computing and advanced control algorithms are relevant issues. The research is oriented towards solving scientific and technological problems, both in the industrial sector and in non-industrial fields. The group is currently working on projects related to medical robots, underwater robots, mobile robot control and distributed control of automobiles.

http://futur.upc.edu/GRINS

The group?s main field of research is the study, analysis and development of systems that involve advanced robotic systems that have perception capabilities and distributed control, which can thus achieve more intelligent and flexible behaviours. This subject is extremely broad in scope. The group focuses mainly on the development of multiagent systems (robots and persons) that have cooperation capabilities. It also works on the study, analysis and design of distributed control systems, where communication, real-time computing and advanced control algorithms are relevant issues. The research is oriented towards solving scientific and technological problems, both in the industrial sector and in non-industrial fields. The group is currently working on projects related to medical robots, underwater robots, mobile robot control and distributed control of automobiles.

http://futur.upc.edu/GRINS

Enviaments recents

  • Control of an ambulatory exoskeleton with a brain–machine interface for spinal cord injury gait rehabilitation 

    López Larraz, Eduardo; Trincado Alonso, Fernando; Rajasekaran, Vijaykumar; Pérez Nombela, Soraya; Ama, Antonio J. del; Aranda López, Juan; Minguez, Javier; Gil Agudo, Angel; Montesano Del Campo, Luis (2016-08-03)
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    The closed-loop control of rehabilitative technologies by neural commands has shown a great potential to improve motor recovery in patients suffering from paralysis. Brain–machine interfaces (BMI) can be used as a natural ...
  • Reactive power control for loss minimization in low-voltage distributed generation systems 

    Martí Colom, Pau; Velasco García, Manel; Torres Martínez, Javier; Miret Tomàs, Jaume; Castilla Fernández, Miguel (2016)
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    Dispersed small distributed generation (DG) systems in low-voltage (LV) grids pose diverse challenges for successful grid operation. The main one is to guarantee power quality by ensuring that voltages along all the feeders ...
  • Ergonomics and natural interaction 

    Muñoz Morgado, Luis Miguel (2016-06-26)
    Altres
    Accés obert
    In this article are related some considerations about how the interfaces can improve the ergonomics working through a natural way.
  • Improving the performance of input interfaces through scaling and human motor models 

    Muñoz Morgado, Luis Miguel; Casals Gelpi, Alicia (2016)
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    The performance of interfaces is affected by human factors, which vary from one person to another, and by the inherent characteristics of the various devices involved. A set of techniques has been studied in order to ...
  • Anàlisi cost-benefici de les estructures intel.ligents 

    Ruiz, Fèlix; Martí Colom, Pau; Llorens García, Ariadna (Col·legi d'Aparelladors, Arquitectes Tècnics i Enginyers d'Edificació de Barcelona (CAATEEB), 2016-06-07)
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  • Comparative study of reactive power control methods for photovoltaic inverters in low-voltage grids 

    Momeneh, Arash; Castilla Fernández, Miguel; Miret Tomàs, Jaume; Martí Colom, Pau; Velasco García, Manel (2016-03-01)
    Article
    Accés obert
    The increasing installation of photovoltaic panels in low-voltage grids causes an over voltage problem, especially during high production and low consumption periods. Generally the over voltage problem is overcome by ...
  • Evaluating the ergonomics in interaction with computers 

    Muñoz Morgado, Luis Miguel (2016-03-07)
    Article
    Accés obert
    A description about how the ISO norm 9241-9 is useful evaluating the ergonomics in interaction with computers.
  • Método multiobjetivo de aprendizaje para razonamiento inductivo difuso 

    Acosta, Jesús; Nebot Castells, M. Àngela; Fuertes Armengol, José Mª (2006-10)
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    It has been recognized in various studies that the variations in the granularity (number of classes per variable) and the membership functions have a significant effect in the behaviour of the fuzzy systems. The FIR ...
  • Sensorless force estimation using a neuro-vision-based approach for robotic-assisted surgery 

    Avilés Rivero, Angélica Ivone; Alsaleh, Samar M.; Sobrevilla Frisón, Pilar; Casals Gelpi, Alicia (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 2016)
    Comunicació de congrés
    Accés obert
    This paper addresses the issue of lack of force feedback in robotic-assisted minimally invasive surgeries. Force is an important measure for surgeons in order to prevent intra-operative complications and tissue damage. ...
  • Force-feedback sensory substitution using supervised recurrent learning for robotic-assisted surgery 

    Avilés Rivero, Angélica; Alsaleh, Samar M.; Sobrevilla Frisón, Pilar; Casals Gelpi, Alicia (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 2015)
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    The lack of force feedback is considered one of the major limitations in Robot Assisted Minimally Invasive Surgeries. Since add-on sensors are not a practical solution for clinical environments, in this paper we present a ...

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