An optical fiber Bragg grating tactile sensor

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Cowie, Barbara; Allsop, Thomas D.P.; Williams, John; Webb, David; Bennion, Ian; Fisher, Matthew;
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Tactile sensors are needed for many emerging robotic and telepresence applications such as keyhole surgery and robot operation in unstructured environments. We have proposed and demonstrated a tactile sensor consisting of a fibre Bragg grating embedded in a polymer "fin... View more
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