Design, Assembly, and Applications of a Stair-Climbing TelepresenceRobot – Mobility Module Public

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  • A stair-climbing telepresence robot was designed, constructed, and evaluated as part of an undergraduate project for the MIME Senior Capstone Design course at Oregon State University. The product developed was a prototype that will serve as a crucial step in the process that will eventually allow this concept to become a marketable product. This thesis describes, in detail, the design process, fabrication, and testing of the mobility module, as well as market-related research that could be used in the future of this design as a consumer product.
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