Presented a Master Thesis about remote environment modelling for off-line robot programming

The student J.C. Camacho presented a work called “3D MODEL DRIVEN DISTANT ASSEMBLY” about remote environment modelling for off-line programming, using computer vision.

He uses structured light and robot parallax to build geometrical models of the objects found. These models are later used to build automatic assembly plans.

Virtual pillars and camera motion are used for  model building.

Virtual pillars and camera motion are used for model building.

This work was developed at the Wise-ShopFloor research group from the Skövde University, wher he worked with J. Cana Quijada, under the tutoring of Abdullah Mohammed.

A remote programming interface was also developped

A remote programming interface was also developped

The project report (3D model driven distant assembly) was written in english and includes an abstract in spanish.

 

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