Robust control of co-manipulation systems
Human-robot co-working is an active research domain in the field of robotics and control theory. Most of pioneering contributions addressing Co-Working interaction control problems has focused on PID based control with complexity limitations. On the other hand, modern control theory offers tools allowing to design and tune arbitrarily complex servo-controllers. Non-Smooth optimization is one of recently developed tools that addresses the problem of tuning structured controllers according to H∞, H2, and pole placement specifications. In this project, the problem of force amplification is transcripted into to high level H∞/H2 specifications and is solved using Non-smooth optimization. The resulting controllers are tested on industrial robots. When the same structure as a PID, we are able to recover similar performances, while respecting some extra robustness certificates. Now, it becomes possible to tune interaction controllers with arbitrary complexity in order to satisfy complex performance/robustness specifications.
co-manipulation systems, structured-H∞ synthesis
- Neil Abroug, [CEA-LIST]
- N. Abroug , X. Lamy , E. Laroche, Human force augmentation: optimal control parameters tuning using structured H∞ synthesis, IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS), Daejeon, Republic of Korea, octobre 2016
- N. Abroug , E. Laroche, Transforming Series Elastic Actuators into Variable Stiffness Actuators thanks to Structured H-infinity Control, European Control Conference, Linz, Austria, juillet 2015
- N. Abroug , E. Laroche, Structured H∞ framework for impedance minimization on robot arm with compliant actuation, IEEE Multi-Conference on Systems and Control, Antibes, France, octobre 2014