bullet Sensors & Transducers Journal

    (ISSN: 2306-8515, e-ISSN 1726-5479)


2013 Global Impact Factor


2008 e-Impact Factor

25 Top Downloaded Articles

Best Selling Articles 2012

Journal Subscription

Editorial Calendar

Submit an Article

Editorial Board

Current Issue

S&T journal's cover

Sensors & Transducers Journal 2011

Sensors & Transducers Journal 2010

Sensors & Transducers Journal 2009

Sensors & Transducers Journal 2008

Sensors & Transducers Journal 2007

2000-2002 S&T e-Digest Contents

2003 S&T e-Digest Contents

2004 S&T e-Digest Contents

2005 S&T e-Digest Contents

2006 S&T e-Digest Contents


Best Articles 2011




Vol. 187, Issue 4, April 2015, pp. 29-38




Sensing of Intelligent Robots Based on Applications
of Tactile Slip Displacement Sensors

1 Yuriy P. KONDRATENKO, 2 Volodymyr Y. KONDRATENKO, 1 Leonid P. KLYMENKO, 1 Galyna V. KONDRATENKO, 3 Eduard A. SHVETS

1 Petro Mohyla Black Sea State University, 68
th Desantnykiv str. 10, Mykolaiv, 54003, Ukraine
2 University of Colorado Denver, Campus Box 170, PO Box 173364, Denver, CO 80217-3364, USA
3 Admiral Makarov National University of Shipbuilding, Geroiv Stalingrada Av. 9, Mykolaiv, 54025, Ukraine
1 Tel.: +380512400939, fax: +380512500069

1 E-mail: y_kondrat2002@yahoo.com


Received: 30 January 2015 /Accepted: 27 March 2015 /Published: 30 April 2015

Digital Sensors and Sensor Sysstems


Abstract: This paper discusses the design of modern tactile and slip displacement sensors for information-control systems of intelligent and adaptive robots. It provides information on three approaches for using slip displacement signals (for correction of claiming force, for identification of manipulated object mass and for correction of robot control algorithm). The study presents the analysis of different methods for slip displacement signals detection, as well as new sensors schemes, mathematical models and correction methods. Special attention is paid to investigations of sensors developed by authors with the capacity, magnetic sensitive elements and with automatic adjustment of clamping force. The proposed structure of multi-functional computerized information-control system for intelligent robot is presented.


Keywords: Tactile sensor, Slip displacement sensor, Model, Adaptive gripper, Intelligent robot, Control system.


Acrobat reader logo Click <here> or title of paper to download the full pages article in pdf format



Subscribe the full-page Sensors & Transducers journal in print (paper) or pdf formats

(shipping cost by standard mail for paper version is included)

(25 % discount for IFSA Members)




Alternatively we accept a money transfer to our bank account. Please contact for details: sales@sensorsportal.com



Download <here> the Library Journal Recommendation Form



Read more about Displacement Sensors






1999 - 2015 Copyright , International Frequency Sensor Association (IFSA) Publishing, S.L. All Rights Reserved.

Home - News - Links - Archives - Tools - Voltage-to-Frequency Converters - Standardization - Patents - Marketplace - Projects - Wish List - e-Shop - Sensor Jobs - Membership - Videos - Publishing - Site Map - Subscribe - Search

 Members Area -Sensors Portal -Training Courses - S&T Digest - For advertisers - Bookstore - Forums - Polls - Submit Press Release - Submit White Paper - Testimonies - Twitter - Facebook - LinkedIn