Honghao Lv

Honghao Lv
KTH Royal Institute of Technology | KTH · Division of Information Science and Engineering (ISE)

Bachelor of Engineering

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Introduction
Additional affiliations
September 2021 - November 2022
KTH Royal Institute of Technology
Position
  • PhD Student
January 2018 - June 2023
Zhejiang University
Position
  • PhD Student
Education
September 2021 - November 2022
KTH Royal Institute of Technology
Field of study
  • Information technology and robotics
January 2018 - June 2023
Zhejiang University
Field of study
  • mechatronic engineering, robot engineering
September 2014 - June 2018
China University of Mining and Technology
Field of study
  • mechanical engineering

Publications

Publications (19)
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More and more robot automation applications have changed to wireless communication, and network performance has a growing impact on robotic systems. This study proposes a hardware-in-the-loop (HiL) simulation methodology for connecting the simulated robot platform to real network devices. This project seeks to provide robotic engineers and research...
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Human–Robot Interaction In article number 2200050, Geng Yang and co‐workers implement the co‐design of deep learning algorithms and the tactile sensor. By utilizing deep neural networks (DNNs), the tactile sensor can effectively detect the location and magnitude of external force and recognize different touch modalities. Besides, a novel data augme...
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Robots equipped with bionic skins for enhancing the robot perception capability are increasingly deployed in wide applications ranging from healthcare to industry. Artificial intelligence algorithms that can provide bionic skins with efficient signal processing functions further accelerate the development of this trend. Inspired by the somatosensor...
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Driven by the demand to largely mitigate nosocomial infection problems in combating the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic, the trend of developing technologies for teleoperation of medical assistive robots is emerging. However, traditional teleoperation of robots requires professional training and sophisticated manipulation, imposing a b...
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With the fourth revolution of healthcare, i.e., Healthcare 4.0, collaborative robotics is spilling out from traditional manufacturing and will blend into human living or working environments to deliver care services, especially telehealthcare. Because of the frequent and seamless interaction between robots and care recipients, it poses several chal...
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Sensitive Robot Skin In article number 2000038, Geng Yang and co‐workers present a fluid‐driven soft robot skin with sensing and actuating function that is successfully applied to a collaborative robot. The two arms illustrated on the cover attempt to express the unintended human‐robot collision and the contact force sensing process of the CoboSkin...
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In human–robot collaboration, the wrapping material on robots is not only required to have the sensing ability to adapt to the external environment but also need to have the function of cushioning the collision between human and robot. Herein, a fluid‐driven soft robot skin with sensing and actuating function is successfully applied to a collaborat...
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As a senile chronic, progressive and currently incurable disease, dementia has an enormous impact on society and life quality of the elderly. The development of teleoperation technology has changed the traditional way of care delivery and brought a variety of novel applications for dementia care. In this paper, a telerobotic system is presented whi...
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With the paradigm shift from hospital-centric healthcare to home-centric healthcare in Healthcare 4.0, healthcare robotics has become one of the fastest growing fields of robotics. The combination of robot capabilities with human intelligence, for example, telerobotics for home care, is gradually showing promising potentials. In this paper, the Hom...
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The expansion of nursing-care assistant robots in smart infrastructure has provided more applications for homecare services, which has raised new demands for smart and natural interaction between humans and robots. This article proposed an innovative hand motion trajectory (HMT) gesture recognition system based on background velocity features. Here...
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As a promising component for body sensor networks, the wearable sensors for hand gesture recognition have increasingly received great attention in recent years. By interpreting human intentions through hand gestures, the natural human-robot interaction can be realized in the smart home where the youth and the elderly can perform hand gestures to co...
Poster
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Assistive Robot for HomeCare Equipped with Human-Robot Interaction Tech.

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