Other Mobility Types

The CYCOGS® Company wishes to inform our web site visitors with some useful AI Robotic information.  Please note, the CYCOGS® Company owns and or controls the copyright of all material in this website.  The content of the “Education” portion of this web site is still under the CYCOGS® Company registered copyright protection.

Mobile Robotics which operate on a floor or ground usually employ wheels.

This is the case for Other Mobility Types of Mobility.

There exist many other types of mobility, such as hopping, slithering, among others types are modes of movement.

Crocodile Worm

Such mobility types include Hopping robots, where movement occurs by hopping, going airborne, landing and repeating.

Another movement type is a slithering snake side-to-side motion, similar to a fish tail fluke movement.  Not especially effective does to slippage and if used out of the water.

Another type is the inch worm like lift-project-land-contract movement.  Also, not always the most effective mode of transportation.

In short, if you see a movement by a biological creature, robots can eventually emulate it. 

These operate using   2 DoF   in the   X-Y   directions in a   3D   work space; thus, they are not   Holonomic.

Degrees of Freedom

Learn more about AI Robotics with the CYCOGS® Company Education and Classroom topics.

The CYCOGS® Company Articles Robot Tech Series:

Contact:  Send questions and comments about this Education on Other Mobility Types by CYCOGS web site to the CYCOGS® Contact.