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Production assistants: The rob@work family

: Drust, Manuel; Dietz, Thomas; Pott, Andreas; Verl, Alexander

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Created on: 15.1.2014

Lee, Ju-Jang (General Chair); Verl, Alexander (International Program Committee) ; Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers -IEEE-; International Federation of Robotics; Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology -KAIST-, Seoul:
ISR 2013, 44th International Symposium on Robotics : October 24-26, 2013, Seoul, Korea. Proceedings
Taipei/Taiwan, 2013
6 pp.
International Symposium on Robotics (ISR) <44, 2013, Seoul>
European Commission EC
FP6-NMP; 26697; PISA
Conference Paper, Electronic Publication
Fraunhofer IPA ()
Mensch-Roboter-Kooperation (MRK); human-robot-collaboration (HRC); man-robot-cooperation; Rob@work; mobile robot; mobiler Roboter; human-computer interaction; Produktionsassistent; Roboter; Zusammenarbeit; Mensch Maschine System

Mobile robots offer a high potential for future manufaturing and assembly. To this day the co-operation and co-action is in these fields hardly applicable, because of safety regulations, insufficient technology and its missing integration. In order to fill the gap this paper presents the hard- and software design of the mobile assistant rob@work 2. This system is the second iteration of the rob@work system. As an exemplary work the conditions of a prototypic industrial application are analyzed and divided into modes of operation which are portable to generic assembly processes. For each mode of operation the safety requirements for human-robot interaction are surveyed taking into account recent regulations. In order to evaluate the performance of the robotic system, repeatability benchmarks and respective measurements are presented.