The series production of parts with a small to medium number of units requires a fast and inexpensive adaption to new parts. A pure hardware solution, as it is common for example in the motor industry, is contrary to the above requirement. The goal of this project is to develop a vision driven, flexible and automatic assembling unit. In order to solve this demanding task, the separation into three, from the viewpoint of vision almost independent steps is proposed. The first step is to isolate one part from the pile. This task is generally referred as binpicking. Where the task of step one was to detect one plane among many parts of one class the task now is to determine the exact position of one known part (step 2). And the third step is the surveillance of the assembling itself.
|Effective start/end date||1/01/96 → 31/12/00|
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