Shop Floor Logistics and Manipulation

Challenge 2Three application scenarios will be considered. The first one is based on a stationary LWR and a simulation environment. The contestants will integrate their solutions in a well‐designed and tested simulation environment that encapsulates all low‐level control and reflex planning loops of the LWR. The simulation environment will be accessible over the Internet. Algorithms which are expensive in terms of required computing power will be relayed to a cloud. In the second application scenario the same Internet‐based framework is used to control a real LWR mounted on a mobile base, the KUKA omniRob, operating in simplified manufacturing environment. The third scenario will replicate a realistic manufacturing set‐up with work pieces of a real end‐user. Challengers will be asked to solve a set of tasks using the LWR‐omniRob platform.

Summary

Motivation:

  • Addresses the SRA2009 scenarios Logistics and Robotic Co-Workers
  • Mobile manipulators as suggested solution
  • Utilization as logistic carriers and dexterous manipulators

 

RTD Issues:

  • Bring torque controlled robots to advanced industrial applications
  • Enable robots to operate autonomously in unstructured environments
  • Establish safe and effective human-robot collaboration schemes
  • Develop new applications and markets

 

Challenge Platform:

  • Hardware:
    • Omnidirectional base (omniRob)
    • Navigation included
    • Compliant robot (LBR5 iiwa)
    • Sensor pole: depth images from stereo
    • TCP camera (depth and images)
  • Software:
    • KUKA Sunrise (Java-based) for manipulator and base programming
    • Sunrise connectivity for motion programming
    • Framework for base and advanced functionalities (e.g. motion planning)

 


Support from Challenge Host (DLR + KUKA Labs):

  • Management and support of mobile manipulator base/arena installation
  • Provision and support of the existing technologies on the system and best practices

Support from Technology Developers (KUKA Labs + KUKA Roboter):

  • Development and construction of the mobile manipulator
  • Support of the platform hardware
  • Field evaluation and use case scouting for mobile manipulators

Support from System Integrator (KUKA Systems):

  • System integrator in field-test stage
  • Support to the end-user enrolment
  • Experience gained with mobile manipulation and end-user sales scenario scouting

Roles:

  • Research Experts:
    • DLR
    • KUKA Labs
    • CNRS-LAAS
  • Technology Supplier:
    • KUKA Labs (omniRob with Light-weight robot)
  • System Integrator:
    • KUKA Roboter, KUKA Systems

 

Benchmark Environment:

  • at DLR (near Munich) in a realistic factory set-up with elements from manufacturing of real end users

 

Contact:

 



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