The X-Weld project inteds to install an automated system for robotised welding, applying advanced offline programming, including sensors for robot calibration.
The concept behind the proposed solution is to employ a combination of an off-line robot programming methodology with a real-time 3D sensing system, and integrate its outputs in a digital model of the shop floor work area. From a robotic standpoint, this present as an excellent opportunity of developing towards a smooth integration of flexible robotic solutions as highly efficient operators. Thus, the proposed solution is built around two major points of interest: robotic system motion planning, which comprises operation sequencing and corresponding interpolation to robotic safe tasks, and work cell and fixtures recognition.
Robot Cell Development
Trade-fairs (e.g. Automatica 2020, confirmed by SKK), end-user demonstrations, and making use of the availability of Motofil to demonstrate the system in their showroom. To the robotics community, the project will integrate the Trinity dissemination activities and will foster participation in major events, namely the euRobotics Forum. Finally, the scientific publications produced will be presented in major scientific events. INESC TEC will assume an important role in disseminating the project results throughout the scientific community.
Start Date - End Date:
01/07/2020 - 30/09/2021
299 600,00 €
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