Infrastructure

Collaborative robotics

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Robot FANUC CR7iA

  • Collaborative robot CR7iA is a 6-axis robot arm with integrated torque sensor which estimate torque and force in each axes.
  • with the CR7iA robot students can develop different new control algorithms for collaboration and interaction of the robot with the environment
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Robot Franka Panda

  • Collaborative robot Panda is 7-axis robot which acts like a human arm with his high sensitivity in all seven joints
  • with the Panda robot students can develop different new control algorithms for collaboration and interaction of the robot with the environment
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Robot UR5e

  • Collaborative robot UR5e is 6-axis robot with integrated torque sensor in tool flange and equipped with several collaborative grippers.
  • with the UR5e robot students can develop different new control algorithms for collaboration and interaction of the robot with the environment
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Robot Yaskawa HC10

  • Collaborative robot HC10 is 6-axis robot with integratet joint torque sensor in all axes and with a payload of 10 kg.
  • with the HC10 robot students can develop different new control algorithms for collaboration and interaction of the robot with the environment
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Robot ABB IRB 14000, YuMi

  • industrial robot ABB IRB 14000, YuMi is a collaborative, 6 DOF dual arm, small parts assembly robot.
  • students use this robot for programming various examples of industrial algorithms for small parts assembling.

Industrial robotics

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Robots Motoman MH5

  • two 6 degrees of freedom anthropomorphic robots Motoman MH5 with industrial controller DX100
  • with original industrial controller DX100 students can learn to program synchronous work for collaboration of two robots in single industrial application
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Robot Epson PS3

  • industrial robot Epson PS3 is small sized 6 degrees of freedom anthropomorphic robot
  • robot is used in programming of pick-and-place application where a more versatile robot is needed for arbitrary orientation of the manipulated objects
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Robot Epson E2S651

  • industrial robot E2S651 is 4 degrees of freedom SCARA robot
  • students learn to program pick-and-place application with robot vision
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Robot ABB IRB 1600-7/145

  • industrial robot ABB IRB 1600-7/145 is large 6 degrees of freedom anthropomorphic robot
  • students use this robot for programming various examples of industrial applications, such as pick-and-place application, manipulation of objects, welding, adhesive application, spray painting

Haptics robotics

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Robots Motoman MH5

  • two 6 degrees of freedom anthropomorphic robots Motoman MH5  equipped with torque/force sensors JR3 and custom design controller developed in Laboratory of Robotics
  • with the custom build controller students can learn to program the robots for bi-manual teleoperation for interaction with either the environment or human user
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Haptic robots Omega.7

  • two haptic robots Omega, each with 3 active degrees of freedom for position control, 3 passive degrees of freedom for measuring the orientation and 1 active degree of freedom for grasping
  • haptic robots allow students to plan and develop the applications for bi-manual manipulation of objects in virtual environments or with robots Motoman HM5
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Haptic robots Phantom

  • two haptic robots Phantom, each with three active degrees of freedom
  • students develop haptic virtual environments in which they can feel (touch) the virtual objects and manipulate with them with the Phantom robot
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Haptic robot HapticMaster

  • haptic robot HapticMaster with controller developed in Laboratory of Robotics
  • students develop custom virtual environment applications for robot-human interaction

Other equipment

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Optotrak Certus

  • Optotrak Certus system is optical system for accurate measurements of position of larger number of active IR markers
  • students use Optotrak system for measuring the movements of humans, robots and machines
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Force plates

  • a pair of force plates placed in the floor, each of them measures 3 forces and 3 moments
  • students use them for measuring the forces applied by the measured person during walking, sitting, lifting objects; they are often used with Optotrak Certus system
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System for 3D visualization

  • system for 3D visualization is composed of two projectors with circular polarization filters, special projection screen and several polarization glasses
  • system for 3D visualization is used with the haptic robot HapticMaster for visualization of virtual environments
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Force sensors Jr3

  • Jr3 force sensors measure 3 forces and 3 moments applied on the sensor
  • Jr3 sensors are small, very accurate, low noise sensors typically used for measuring forces between robot and environment with which the robot is interacting

Other lab equipment

  • oscilloscope, function generators, multimeters, voltmeters, various power supplies, soldering equipment, monocular and binocular low-magnification microscopes for precise positioning of electronic components for soldering
  • students use this equipment during practicum, project assignments and experiments