Optimal Component Selection for Haptic Master Device

Lead: Erik Jansen
2015-2016 (Msc Project, Active)

A haptic master device is a mechatronic system, part of a telemanipulation system, that acts as a force- and position interface between a human and a remote environment. These mechatronic systems are often very expensive. A significant cost factor is the electromechanical system comprising the actuators, sensors, and related electronics.

This thesis will investigate the impact of component-level choices on the performance of a haptic master device, thereby enabling more cost-effective design of these generally expensive devices.

MSc project



From the department of Precision and Microsystems Engineering, Jo Spronck is the senior supervisor

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