Diego Salazar-D'Antonio

Diego Salazar-D'Antonio
Lehigh University · Department of Computer Science and Engineering

PhD Student in Computer Science

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Publications (14)
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This paper presents a resilient mechanism to allocate heterogeneous robots to tasks under difficult environmental conditions such as weather events or adversarial attacks. Our primary objective is to ensure that each task is assigned the requisite level of resources, measured as the aggregated capabilities of the robots allocated to the task. By ke...
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Transporting objects using aerial robots has been widely studied in the literature. Still, those approaches always assume that the connection between the quadrotor and the load is made in a previous stage. However, that previous stage usually requires human intervention, and autonomous procedures to locate and attach the object are not considered....
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Traditional aerial vehicles are usually custom-designed for specific tasks. Although they offer an efficient solution, they are not always able to adapt to changes in the task specification, e.g., increasing the payload. This applies to quadrotors, having a maximum payload and only four controllable degrees of freedom, limiting their adaptability t...
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Transporting objects using quadrotors with cables has been widely studied in the literature. However, most of those approaches assume that the cables are previously attached to the load by human intervention. In tasks where multiple objects need to be moved, the efficiency of the robotic system is constrained by the requirement of manual labor. Our...
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From ancient times, humans have been using cables and ropes to tie, carry, and manipulate objects by folding knots. However, automating knot folding is challenging because it requires dexterity to move a cable over and under itself. In this paper, we propose a method to fold knots in midair using a team of aerial vehicles. We take advantage of the...
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From ancient times, humans have been using cables and ropes to tie, carry, and manipulate objects by folding knots. However, automating knot folding is challenging because it requires dexterity to move a cable over and under itself. In this paper, we propose a method to fold knots in midair using a team of aerial vehicles. We take advantage of the...
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This paper reports the development of a model for continuous simulation of the power flow into AC–DC hybrid microgrids operating for different generation–consumption scenarios. The proposed application was assembled using a multiple-input multiple-output model which was built using blocks containing simplified models of photovoltaic (PV) modules, w...
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Traditional aerial vehicles have specific characteristics to perform specific tasks. For instance, in aerial transportation , the vehicles are limited with a maximum payload that cannot be extended to transport heavier objects. We propose a versatile modular robotic system that can increase its payload and controllable degrees of freedom by reconfi...
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Transporting objects using quadrotors with cables has been widely studied in the literature. However, most of those approaches assume that the cables are previously attached to the load by human intervention. In tasks where multiple objects need to be moved, the efficiency of the robotic system is constrained by the requirement of manual labor. Our...
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This chapter illustrates the use of hysteresis control techniques applied to multilevel inverters. First, a general classification of different methods applied to control multilevel inverters is presented from three main points of view: that of the switching frequency (fundamental frequency and high frequency), the related application (grid-tie and...
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This paper introduces a method to enforce balanced power distribution between the stages of a single-phase transformer-based cascaded multilevel inverter using the new asymmetric ratio 6:7:8:9 between stages. Since the inverter is fed by a single DC source, asymmetry is enforced by means of the transformer turns ratio providing multiple redundant s...

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From ancient times, humans have been using cables and ropes to carry, tie, and manipulate physical objects. Transporting objects using aerial robots has been widely studied in the literature. Still, those approaches always assume that the connection between the quadrotor and the load is made in a previous stage. We propose a versatile robot called “Catenary Robot.” Our robot is able to navigate in the environment to get attached to objects with a hook-like shape or Drag/Rotate objects.
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Leveraging modularity in multirotor aerial systems to achieve higher motion and physical capability in the environment.