A motion correction system is designed to use small, low-cost radars embedded in joints and end effectors of a robot to measure motion of the robot. In this way, the radars directly measure the robot’s motion and relative position and velocity with respect to a target. A motion correction controller analyzes the motion data provided by the radars and determines an amount of motion correction required to accurately position the robot.
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Karagozler, Mustafa Emre; Poupyrev, Ivan; Olson, Erik M.; Lien, Jaime; Amihood, Patrick M.; and Javidan, Ali Javan, "Embedding Radars in Robots to Accurately Measure Motion", Technical Disclosure Commons, (March 30, 2017)