This video is an introduction to online training material for TRINITY Use Case titled ‘User- Friendly Human-Robot Collaborative Tasks Programming’. This Use case presents a projector-based Human-Robot Interaction solution for more flexible human robot collaboration in industrial assembly applications.
What will you learn from the lecture below:
In this lecture is demonstrated the assembly steps that can be taught by an operator (instead of a programmer) to create/modify a robot application.
The operator can program using a graphical interface or use speech to interact with the creation process.
The operator can teach new trajectories to the robots using teach by demonstration, planner, vision. Once an application has been created, the operator can further modify it to better achieve the desired goal.
At this web lecture you will learn:
- The assembly steps to create/modify a robot application.
- Programming using a graphical interface or speech.
- Teaching new trajectories using teach by demonstration, planner and vision.