Over the past decades, robotics has developed considerably. Robots are now equipped with modern safety features such as collision detection or speed and separation monitoring. This enables new working environments in which physical safety barriers can be avoided and physical human robot interaction can take place. The safety considerations for these systems are more complicated than for systems with physical safety barriers. ROBOTT-NET can support developing safe as well as profitable human robot interaction applications and provide access to the newest tools and testing facilities for these kinds of applications. Get an overview of ROBOTT-NET’s services below:
Automation potential analysis
Proof of concept study
Product development consulting
Below, you can explore examples of ROBOTT-NET RTOS work with human robot interaction:
Human robot interaction
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DTI and Pehama have developed a Polishing Robotic Solution, utilizing force-torque sensing to complete the task. The solution is already commercially sold and have proven to increase the quality of the polishing as well as improving the working environment for the end-customer.
In a ROBOTT-NET voucher project Fraunhofer IPA worked with C.F. Maier Europlast to develop human robot collaboration solutions. The project aims for developing human- robot collaborative solution for assembly tasks, with specific consideration of (optimal) cost-benefit balance.
As part of voucher work with Automata, the MTC have helped a customer with their prototype unit called Eva (TRL 4) in the certification of the unit as a safe, collaborative robot, ready for commercial deployment.
In the voucher “The Human-Machine Binomial” in collaboration with GRUPO ANTOLIN, Tecnalia has worked on a solution based on a robotized workstation for the assembly of plastic parts or screwing seats.