Springer, 2015. — 343 p. These papers have been gathered over several years from conferences held in the series of Mechatronics and Machine Vision in Practice, the latest of which was held in Ankara, Turkey. The essential aspect is that they concern practical applications rather than the derivation of mere theory, though simulations and visualisation are important components. The topics range from mining, with its heavy engineering, to the delicate machining of holes in the human skull or robots for surgery on human flesh.Mobile robots continue to be a hot topic, both from the need for navigation and for the task of stabilisation of unmanned aerial vehicles. The swinging of a spray rig is damped, while machine vision is used for the control of heating in an asphalt-laying machine. Manipulators are featured, both for general tasks and in the form of grasping fingers. A robot arm is proposed for adding to the mobility scooter of the elderly. Can EEG signals be a means to control a robot? Can face recognition be achieved in varying illumination? Papers from the Australian CSIRO (Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation) dominate the mining section, since not only are they very active in the application of robotics to mining, they were also hosts of one of the Mechatronics and Machine Vision in Practice conferences. For open-cut mining, navigation and guidance are the important topics, but there are also techniques used far underground. Another persistent theme in this series of conferences has been the application of mechatronics to surgery, though copyright has restricted the number of papers that can be included here.
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