A Design for Proprioceptive Force in 3D Agility Robot Through Use of AI


  • Gohar Abbas Institute of Southern Punjab
  • Muhammad Noman Akhtar Bahaudin Zakeria University Multan
  • Muhammad Jawad Kashif Superior University, Lahore


3D environment,, foot sensing, artificial intelligence, GOAT leg


For robots to be considered effective, they should be able to maneuver through 3D environments. To achieve such mobility, robots needs to be designed in such a way that would span various topographies. So, artificial intelligence algorithms have been developed to ensure agility of the robots when walking on murky topographies. In the current state of the art legged robots, there is still much progress need to be made in research to turn them into automobiles with great agility to be used in the real world utility and provide mobility in rough. GOAT leg as a means of artificial intelligence is still a new phenomenon. There still exists a number of preliminary tests that need to be done in accessing and in the characterization of the leg’s current performance and its implications in the future. This study seeks to develop and agility model which would be useful in ensuring that the robots remain agile in such complex environments. To do this, a simulation has been through Matlab analysis. Results of the current study showed that, 3-RSR was designed to ensure that a high fidelity proprioceptive force control would enable legs with the mechanically spring stiffness. Implications and future recommendations also discussed.


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How to Cite

Abbas , G. ., Akhtar , M. N. ., & Kashif, M. J. . (2021). A Design for Proprioceptive Force in 3D Agility Robot Through Use of AI. International Journal of Sciences: Basic and Applied Research (IJSBAR), 56(1), 312–321. Retrieved from https://www.gssrr.org/index.php/JournalOfBasicAndApplied/article/view/12324