Pierre Laguillaumie

Pierre Laguillaumie
Institut Pprime | Institut P’ · Génie mécanique et Systèmes Complexes


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Pierre Laguillaumie currently works within RoBioSS team at Pprime Institute and AUCTUS team at INRIA. Pierre does research in mecatronics system Design and Control with a focus in Cobotics in the context of Industry 4.0.


Publications (10)
This paper presents the challenges met in the development of a new framework for multiaxis and multirobot control. The increasing demand for multirobot collaboration and robotic assistance, both in industry and service applications, has raised the level of interactions between robots and humans in a shared environment with real-time constraints. So...
This paper presents a novel tendon-driven bio-inspired robotic hand design for in-hand manipulation. Many dexterous robot hands are able to produce adaptive grasping, but only a few human-sized hands worldwide are able to produce fine motions of the object in the hand. One of the challenges for the near future is to develop human-sized robot hands...
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Gyroscopes are now becoming one of the most sold MEMS sensors, given that the many applications that require their use are booming. In the medical field, gyroscopes can be found in Inertial Measurement Units used for the development of clinical tools that are dedicated to human-movement monitoring. However, MEMS gyroscopes are known to suffer from...
In the fields of medicine and biomechanics, MEMS accelerometers are increasingly used to perform activity recognition by directly measuring acceleration; to calculate speed and position by numerical integration of the signal; or to estimate the orientation of body parts in combination with gyroscopes. For some of these applications, a highly accura...
Making a robot duplicate human operator gestures is a difficult task. To achieve this goal, we have defined a methodology and have started designing software tools to simplify and automate this process. The first step is the motion acquiring of the tool or of the object manipulated by the human subject. The recorded motion is then processed to be t...
Conference Paper
As an answer to the rapid evolutions of the demands of industry for versatile engineers, many Universities have created degrees in Mechatronics. The Sciences Faculty at Poitiers University offers courses in automation and machine design for more than 15 years, and we are trying to design innovating learning activities that merge the converging disc...


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