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International Conference Robotics Systems and Automation Engineering 

About: International Conference Robotics Systems and Automation Engineering is an academic conference. The conference publishes majorly in the area(s): Control theory & Signal processing. Over the lifetime, 12 publication(s) have been published by the conference.

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28 May 2021
Abstract: Robotic process automation (RPA) is one of the most emerging technology areas of the last decade. As the name implies, RPA is an approach to automate repetitive tasks in business operations. Many solutions are avail-able on the market by multiple vendors. Through the implementation of those RPA solutions, companies can achieve higher performance levels and lead a differentiating competitive edge. One of the first fields which have benefited from RPA is Supply Chain. This paper presents a solution for the task selection problem issue of RPA applied to the Supply Chain. A case study is also presented to demonstrate the effectiveness of the designed solution.
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Chang Liu1
28 May 2021
Abstract: In this paper, the control methods of nonlinear teleoperation systems are summarized, with emphasis on control techniques for solving external disturbances and system uncertainties. The dynamic model of teleoperation system, including tele-manipulators, human operator, and environments, is presented from the point of stability analysis. Various adaptive control technologies are reviewed based on enhanced synchronization tracking control performance, and their advantages and disadvantages are analyzed. The direction of further research is given. The aim of this paper is to provide a comprehensible research idea for researchers involved in the field of teleoperation control design.
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28 May 2021
Abstract: Optical fiber communication has the characteristics of large transmission capacity, long transmission distance and good transmission efficiency, which could satisfy the ever-increasing bandwidth data communication requirements. All-optical network can directly process signal in the optical domain with the conventional optical - electrical - optical conversion and improve the signal processing speed. All-optical multicast technology is an important part of all-optical networks, which can improve the flexibility of the network and make better use of network resources. In this paper, four kinds of nonlinear effects are investigated to realize all-optical multicast, including cross-gain modulation (XGM), cross-phase modulation (XPM), four-wave mixing (FWM) and cascaded sum frequency generation (SFG)/difference frequency generation (DFG). The principle and multicast performance of these nonlinear effects are discussed. Moreover, the characteristics of several kinds of nonlinear devices are also compared, including SOA, HNLF, PPLN.
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28 May 2021
Abstract: The 6 degrees of freedom cable-driven boat motion simulator has eight cables and a moving platform in replicating the boat motion. The platform is connected to cables and is moved by adjusting the length of the cables. The simulator has more cables than its degrees of freedom is defined as an underdetermined system, which means the tension solution is not unique and can be optimized while controlling the platform to the desired position. Leveraging the equilibrium condition and the dynamic equation of tensegrity systems, linearized equations of motion of the moving platform were derived. A Linear Matrix Inequality (LMI)-based controller design and a convex optimization validated to stabilizing the system and optimizing cable tensions. A simulation model is suggested to verify optimized cable tension solutions and the feasibility of the LMI based controller.
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28 May 2021
Abstract: Based on the research of TCAS and other collision avoidance systems applied in transportation aviation, a three-level collision avoidance system based on ADS-B technology applied in general aviation is proposed. The system includes RA collision avoidance, TA collision avoidance and protected area (PA) collision avoidance. The PA area collision avoidance can realize collision avoidance in advance, which makes full use of the advantages of ADS-B's wide working range, It is also in line with the characteristics of free navigation and difficult collision avoidance of general aviation. Route conflict detection is the premise of PA collision avoidance. An effective route conflict detection algorithm is proposed. The algorithm first decomposes the route conflict problem into three-dimensional coordinate axis conflict problems and detects them separately. When each coordinate axis has conflict, it combines decision detection. During the detection, the conflict problem of three-dimensional coordinate axis is mapped into conflict time period to determine the intersection, It solves the problem of conflict judgment. Based on the algorithm, the simulation experiment of route conflict detection is carried out for 100 times with 1000 intruding aircraft within 100 km each time. The result shows that only about 5 ‰ of the intruding aircraft have conflict. The experimental results are in line with the actual situation, which also proves the effectiveness of the algorithm. The principle of the proposed algorithm is clear, the amount of calculation is small, simple and practical.
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202112