Kin-Huat Low

Nanyang Technological UniversitySingapore

Dr. Low Kin Huat is currently a professor in the School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Nanyang Technological University in Singapore. He obtained his BSc degree from the National Cheng Kung University in Taiwan, his MSc and PhD degrees in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Waterloo, Canada. He is an author or co-author of about 290 journal and conference papers in the areas of robotics, biomimetics, robotics, rehabilitation, unmanned aerial vehicles, air traffic management, impacts, power transmission systems, structural dynamics, and vibrations. His works on biomimetics and exoskeleton have won the best paper in several IEEE international conferences. Professor Low is an Associate Editor of several journals, including Mechanism and Machine Theory, Journal of Robotics and Mechatronics and the Journal of Bionic Engineering. He is also the Guest Editor of several special issues on bio-inspired systems and robotics rehabilitation. He is currently the chairman of the IEEE RAS (Robotics Automation Society) Technical Committee on bio-robotics. He has been involved in the program committee of various international conferences. He has organized several workshops and symposiums in the research fields of bio-inspired robotics.

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This book covers a wide range of topics relating to advanced industrial robotics, sensors and automation technologies. Although being highly technical and complex in nature, the papers presented in this book represent some of the latest cutting edge technologies and advancements in industrial robotics technology. This book covers topics such as networking, properties of manipulators, forward and inverse robot arm kinematics, motion path-planning, machine vision and many other practical topics too numerous to list here. The authors and editor of this book wish to inspire people, especially young ones, to get involved with robotic and mechatronic engineering technology and to develop new and exciting practical applications, perhaps using the ideas and concepts presented herein.

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