Supplier: Mitsubishi Electric Automation, Inc.
Description: Standard Features: 64 Bit RISC Processing-Faster more precise moves and execution Singularity Avoidance- Ease of programming in areas of singularity Built-in Collision Detection- Safety and cost savings Compliance Control- User defined path forgiveness Multi-Task Programming- Allows tasks
- Type: Articulated Robot
- Number of Axes: 6 #
- Load Capacity: 4.41 to 15.44 lbs
- Reach: 19.84 to 54.53 inch
Supplier: PI (Physik Instrumente) L.P.
Description: commanded in Cartesian coordinates. Macro programming. Open source LabVIEW driver set. Work space simulation software. Virtual Hexapod machine software. Optional: Collision avoidance software (external obstacles).H-850.xx1 includes C-887.11, 6D vector motion controller plus 2 additional servo axes
- Type: Parallel Robot (e.g., Hexapod)
- Number of Axes: 6 #
- Load Capacity: 551 lbs
- X-axis Travel: 3.94 inch
Description: offers the widest work envelope in its class.bsp; The slim base, waist, and arm design allows the robot to be placed close to the workpiece holding fixtures to improve part accessibility. The HP6 has built-in collision avoidance features with multiple robot control to allow up to four robots
- Number of Axes: 6 #
- Load Capacity: 13.23 lbs
- Reach: 54.25 inch
Description: conference, held in June 2007 at Georgia Tech. Papers report state-of-the-art research on topics as diverse as Legged Robotics, Reconfigurable Robots, Biomimetic Robots, Manipulation, Humanoid Robotics, Telerobotics, Haptics, Motion Planning, Collision Avoidance, Robot Vision and Perception, Bayesian
Supplier: SCHUNK Inc.
Description: Anti-collision and overload protection with automatic reset: protects robot and handling equipnment against damage due to collisions or overload conditions, the tool tray displaces and automatically actuates the system emergency stop at the same time, cable break control, the actuation sensitivity
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Distributed Autonomous Robotic Systems
Due to the high level of abstraction of these simulations, inter- robot collision avoidance is completed encapsulated within the stochastic transition rates and provides theo- retical values for the variance at each site.
Towards a Socially Acceptable Collision Avoidance for a Mobile Robot Navigating Among Pedestrians Using a Pedestrian Model
The traditional approach to robot collision avoidance considers people as moving obstacles and applies collision-avoidance techniques.
Reactive collision avoidance for multiple robots by non linear time scaling
(a),(b): Multi robot collision avoidance in cluttered spaces .
Collision avoidance among multiple autonomous mobile robots using LOCISS (locally communicable infrared sensory system)
For example, when that the faster robot catches up with the slower robot, the rear robot avoids collision by adjusting its speed to the front robot.
A Collision Avoidance Algorithm for Two Mobile Robots with Independent Goals in RoadMap
In the con- ventional decoupled control methods, the robot avoids collision by coordinating the generated path.
Collision Avoidance by Using Space-Time Representations of Motion Processes
The differences to the presented mobile robot collision avoidance problem are: .
Collaborative robot monitoring and control for enhanced sustainability
Flacco F, Kröger T, De Luca A, Khatib O (2012) A depth space approach to human- robot collision avoidance .
Intelligent Systems for Science and Information
Fig. 1 shows a schematic of the proposed mobile robot system for robot-to- robot collision avoidance .
Decentralized Connectivity Maintenance For Networked Lagrangian Dynamical Systems With Collision Avoidance
In Section V we introduce inter- robot collision avoidance and obstacle avoidance control actions, and integrate them with the connectivity maintenance algo- rithm.
Advanced Agent Technology
Lazy Auctions for Multi- robot Collision Avoidance and Motion Control under Uncertainty. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Collision avoidance for a mobile robot based on radial basis function hybrid force control technique
Keywords: mobile robot collision avoidance , hybrid force/position control, path planning, RBF neural network PACC: 0620D, 0630M .
More recently many researchers have attempted to apply a variety of general mobile robot collision avoidance techniques to powered autonomous surface craft or to act as a navigation aid on manned vessels.
Control of Self-Organizing and Geometric Formations
Appendix G MATLAB: Single Robot Collision Avoidance Controller Code .
Decentralized collision avoidance for large teams of robots
Navigation functions based on potential fields can also be used to solve multi- robot collision avoidance , .
Depth space approach to human-robot collision avoidance
Depth space approach to human- robot collision avoidance .