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Vo!. 2, pp 123- 149, 1996. 4. Wang Yan, Liu Shuliang, Xu Dianguo, Zhao Yanzheng, Shao Hao & Gao Xueshan, "Development & Application of Wall-Climbing Robots", Proceedings of the 1999 IEEE Int. Conf. on Robotics & Automation, Detroit Michingan, May 1999, pp 1207-1212. 5. K. Berns, C. Hillenbrand, T. Luksch, "Climbing Robots for Commercial Applications - a survey" 6th International Conference on Climbing and Walking Robots (CLAWAR) - 771-776, September 1719,2003 - Catania, Italy. 6. Patel-Predd, "Wall-Climbing Robot Spies", IEEE Spectrum, May 2008.

28] ?? Sliding ?? [41] '!? ?? [22] ?? 23 This table could be furthermore divided into several categories for each force typology and with respect to the active or passive nature of the adhesion force. Many empty cells exist in this table, some of them are impossible to build, some are useless, some are unknown to the authors, but probably some other if experimented could give innovative solutions or suggestions for new typologies. From this overview it results that climbing robots are a real interesting topic of research in robotics.

Different approaches have been explored in the last years and new adhesion techniques are continuously proposed in the research literature. A complete survey on the hundreds of climbing robots developed worldwide is beyond the purpose of this paper, where we will mention only some particular examples of climbing robots, in order to better classify each adhesion technique. An interesting history of many of the original climbing robots developed by the University of Portsmouth, during the last decades is 6 7 reported in [1], while an overview of some applications of climbing robots for nondestructive testing is described in [2].

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