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Enhanced robotics curriculum employing simulation and off-line programming methodology for robotic cell design

Originální název

Enhanced robotics curriculum employing simulation and off-line programming methodology for robotic cell design

Anglický název

Enhanced robotics curriculum employing simulation and off-line programming methodology for robotic cell design

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

This contribution summarizes initial results of work carried out under the terms of the development project 'Software support of robotic classes for comprehensive design of robotic cells', no. 970/2007, University Development Fund, Czech Republic. Results of this project are primarily intended for the innovation of classes regarding industrial robots and manipulators. There are shortly summarized main features of off-line programming (OLP) methodology and advantages of using simulation and OLP, in relation to industrial robots, within academic environment. Further, the paper is being dealt with a selected and purchased commercial system Workspace 5 for simulation and OLP. In this system there was created a comprehensive simulation model of the robotic cell with the robot ABB IRB4400/60; mounted on a track motion. There were also created two models of end effectors for handling applications. The functionality of the whole model was successfully verified in practice; the main objective. Concurrently there was also assigned a diploma thesis partially relating to simulation and OLP. In the final part of this contribution there are shown some results of that work.

Anglický abstrakt

This contribution summarizes initial results of work carried out under the terms of the development project 'Software support of robotic classes for comprehensive design of robotic cells', no. 970/2007, University Development Fund, Czech Republic. Results of this project are primarily intended for the innovation of classes regarding industrial robots and manipulators. There are shortly summarized main features of off-line programming (OLP) methodology and advantages of using simulation and OLP, in relation to industrial robots, within academic environment. Further, the paper is being dealt with a selected and purchased commercial system Workspace 5 for simulation and OLP. In this system there was created a comprehensive simulation model of the robotic cell with the robot ABB IRB4400/60; mounted on a track motion. There were also created two models of end effectors for handling applications. The functionality of the whole model was successfully verified in practice; the main objective. Concurrently there was also assigned a diploma thesis partially relating to simulation and OLP. In the final part of this contribution there are shown some results of that work.

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT22682,
  author="Aleš {Pochylý} and Tomáš {Kubela}",
  title="Enhanced robotics curriculum employing simulation and off-line programming methodology for robotic cell design",
  annote="This contribution summarizes initial results of work carried out under the terms of the development project 'Software support of robotic classes for comprehensive design of robotic cells', no. 970/2007, University Development Fund, Czech Republic.
Results of this project are primarily intended for the innovation of classes regarding industrial robots and manipulators.
There are shortly summarized main features of off-line programming (OLP) methodology and advantages of using simulation and OLP, in relation to industrial robots, within academic environment. Further, the paper is being dealt with a selected and purchased commercial system Workspace 5 for simulation and OLP. In this system there was created a comprehensive simulation model of the robotic cell with the robot ABB IRB4400/60; mounted on a track motion. There were also created two models of end effectors for handling applications. The functionality of the whole model was successfully verified in practice; the main objective. Concurrently there was also assigned a diploma thesis partially relating to simulation and OLP. In the final part of this contribution there are shown some results of that work.",
  address="Faculty of Electrical Engineering, University of Ljubljana",
  booktitle="Proceedings of the 16th International Workshop on Robotics in Alpe Adria Danube Region (RAAD 2007)",
  chapter="22682",
  edition="1",
  institution="Faculty of Electrical Engineering, University of Ljubljana",
  year="2007",
  month="may",
  pages="17--17",
  publisher="Faculty of Electrical Engineering, University of Ljubljana",
  type="conference paper"
}