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2006 International Conference on Mechatronics and Automation
Humanoid robots are getting increasingly attention in the robotics community, not only for the scientific challenge of the complex multibody system issues and mechatronic designs, but also due to their high mobility and versatility. Humanoid robots have the potential to navigate through complex environments such as the standard living surrounding of humans. This is mainly due to the bipedal legged nature of the robotic system, which allows higher mobility than its wheeled counterpart. One ofdoi:10.1109/icma.2006.257774 fatcat:t63zedohojalnd2yorxqqgv2ey