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ROS-Industrial. Technologies, Trends, Applications

Fraunhofer Conference F 292; June 26, 2014, Stuttgart
: Verl, Alexander; Bauernhansl, Thomas
: Verein zur Förderung Produktionstechnischer Forschung e.V. -FpF-, Stuttgart; Fraunhofer-Institut für Produktionstechnik und Automatisierung -IPA-, Stuttgart

Stuttgart, 2014
Fraunhofer IPA Conference, F 292
Conference "ROS-Industrial" <2014, Stuttgart>
Conference Proceedings
Fraunhofer IPA ()
industrial robot; Robot Operating System (ROS); Robotersystem; Robotic Systems; Roboter; Industrieroboter; Betriebssystem

Established already in robotics research, the open source "Robot Operation System (ROS)" ist getting more and more interesting for industrial applications. ROS offers a multitude of intelligent software components, e. g. for 2D-vision and 3D-point cloud sensor processing, as well as robot motion planning. Transferring these capabilities to industrial platforms could revolutionize robotic manufacturing applications. ROS-Industrial will enable more and more flexible automation solutions with exchangable components, that are able to cope with dynamic enviroments and a large diversity of objects to be handled.
Although ROS bears a huge potential, there are still some draw backs on comparison to established proprietary industrial software: little longterm evaluations of ROS on shop floors with respect to non-functional requirements like robustness, safety and dependability, no guaranteed support.
The ROS-Industrial initiative founded in 2012 aims at eliminating these draw backs and tap the full potential of ROS for industrial robotics.
In this conference organized by Fraunhofer IPA, current trends, technologies and experiences from industrial use cases within the European ROS-Industrial community are presented.