8. CLAWAR 2005: London, UK

Plenary Papers

Bio-Engineering and Biological Inspired Systems

Climbing, Navigation and Path Planning

Control of CLAWAR

Design Methodology and Gait Generation

Hopping and Legged Robots

Humanoid Robots


Manipulation and Flexible Manipulators

Modular, Reconfigurable Robots

Modularity and System Architecture

Powering, Actuation, Efficiency

Sensing and Sensor Fusion

Software and Computer-aided Environments

System Analysis, Modelling and Simulation

Industrial Applications

Non-destructive Testing Applications

Personal Assistance Applications

Security and Surveillance Applications

Space Applications

Tele-operation, Social and Economic Aspects

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