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The Confluence of Robotics and Automation for Next Generation Manufacturing
In this presentation we will discuss how hard automation in many cases is getting replaced by flexible automation. The ideal factory is no longer a sequence of fixed processing stations, but a swarm of heterogenous stationary ...
SLAM with Object Discovery, Modeling and Mapping
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2014-09)
Object discovery and modeling have been widely studied in the computer vision and robotics communities. SLAM approaches that make use of objects and higher level features have also recently ...
Dynamic Characterization of KUKA Light-Weight Robot Manipulators
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2012)
High precision tasks are an important part of the manufacturing industry. For example, safety constraints require that some manufacturing must be done to a very high degree of accuracy. Robotics and automation are well ...
Mobile manipulation in everyday environments
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2008-10)
Robots are gradually being deployed for everyday environments, that is environments with no or very limited engineering taking place before deployment of the system. As manipulators and mobile platforms come together ...