Self-Programming Robots for High Mix, Low VolumeOctober 2, 2019
Like autonomous cars, autonomous robots can see their environment, and plan and execute a given task by themselves. Visit this display to learn how, unlike other industrial robots, no one has to teach or program autonomous robots the required sequence of actions, or how to move.
Omnirobotic’s Shape-to-Motion technology gives life to the reportedly first-ever autonomous industrial robots. Shape-to-Motion technology automatically generates a tool path in accordance with the process policies and the preset parameters matching the robot's equipped tool. It uses a virtual representation of the robot and its physical surrounding to explore how the robot can move in space, avoiding collisions, singularities and joints limits.
Technologies: Pressroom Automation
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