Advanced and yet easy to use
Project partners Güdel and Lund University present the skills-based portability of robot programs, including both manually written and automatically generated programs, applied to both serial and parallel kinematic robots. Interoperability between the two different types of robots is demonstrated by wood-working with realtime coordination of the arms over Ethernet, with selfcalibration and robot-learning functions connected to a knowledge base for continuous improvements and reuse of task specifications.
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