Autores: Leica, P.; Roberti, F.; Monllor, M.; Toibero, M.; Carelli, R.;
Resumen: This paper presents a control strategy for human– robot interaction with physical contact, recognizing the human intention to control themovement of a non-holonomic mobile robot. The human intention is modeled by mechanical impedance, sensing the human-desired force intensity and the human-desired force direction to guide the robot through unstructured environments. Robot dynamics is included to improve the interaction performance. Stability analysis of the proposed control system is proved by using Lyapunov theory. Real experiments of the human–robot interaction show the performance of the proposed controllers.