A study on the FPGA implementation of the bilateral control algorithm towards haptic teleoperation

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Abstract

This paper presents the FPGA implementation of sliding mode control algorithm for bilateral teleoperation, such that, the problem of haptic teleoperation is addressed. The presented study improves haptic fidelity by widening the control bandwidth. For wide control bandwidth, short control periods as well as short sampling periods are required that was achieved by the FPGA. The presented FPGA design methodology applies basic optimization methods in order to meet the required control period as well as the required hardware resource consumption. The circuit specification was performed by the high-level programing language LabVIEW using the fixed-point data type. Hence, short design times for producing the FPGA logic circuit can be achieved. The proposed FPGA-based bilateral teleoperation was validated by master-slave experimental device.

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Franc, M., & Hace, A. (2013). A study on the FPGA implementation of the bilateral control algorithm towards haptic teleoperation. Automatika, 54(1), 49–61. https://doi.org/10.7305/automatika.54-1.302

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