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Optimisation of advanced manufacturing environments with integrated intelligent Exoskeletons

 
: Constantinescu, Carmen; Popescu, Daniela; Muresan, Paul Cristian; Todorovic, Oliver

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Popescu, Daniela (Ed.):
International Conference on Production Research - Africa, Europe and the Middle East and 4th International Conference on Quality and Innovation in Engineering and Management 2016 : Proceedings, July 25th-30th 2016, Cluj-Napoca, Romania
Cluj-Napoca: Utpress, 2016
ISBN: 978-606-737-180-2
S.97-102
International Conference on Production Research - Africa, Europe and the Middle East (ICPR AEM) <2016, Cluj-Napoca/Romania>
International Conference on Quality and Innovation in Engineering and Management (QIEM) <4, 2016, Cluj-Napoca/Romania>
European Commission EC
FP7-NMP; 608979; ROBO-MATE
Intelligent exoskeleton based on human-robot interaction for manipulation of heavy goods in Europe’s factories of the future
Englisch
Konferenzbeitrag, Elektronische Publikation
Fraunhofer IAO ()

Abstract
The employment of the Exoskeleton in factories represents an innovative idea for handling the problems such as decreasing the employment rate, manual handling of heavy parts and safety and security at workplace. This paper mainly focuses on modelling methodology for coupling the active and passive Exoskeleton on standard digital humanoid. The current existing methodology could be used for further couplings of the not yet existing Exoskeletons. Before employing an exoskeleton into the plant, simulations of the as it is situation and of as it should be situation, need to be performed. The comparison between the simulation results will be proving if there exists a real necessity for the exoskeleton employment or not. These simulations represent a necessity for understanding the layout constrains, the benefits which the employment of the Exoskeleton brings, and the new ergonomics results for the human workers, proving if the Exoskeleton is feasible or not in certain workplaces.

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