Intelligent assembly systems are being evolved to operate in a variable small-batch environments. In these systems the emphasis willbe on how the interfaces in the whole assembly system can be solved. Sensory integration is a key element inachieving flexibility in the assembly operations. A critical point is how the system can be constructed cheaply and reliably using only simple low cost sensors. An architecture providing a solution to these requirements has been designed and realized using a standard scara robot as a basic component.
|IFAC Proceedings Volumes
|Published - 1986
|MoE publication type
|A4 Article in a conference publication
|IFAC Symposium on Components, Instruments and Techniques for Low Cost Automation and Applications - Valencia, Spain
Duration: 27 Nov 1986 → 29 Nov 1986