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Annals of Scientific Society for Assembly, Handling and Industrial Robotics

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  • Offers a good overview of the current research landscape of industrial robots

  • Determines synergetic effects and trends

  • Gives an insight into outstanding research

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Table of contents (30 papers)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages I-VII
  2. Virtual Reality based Assembly Process Validation and Rework Assistance with consistent Data Exchange

    • Rainer Müller, Leenhard Hörauf, Attique Bashir, Martin Karkowski, Max Eichenwald
    Pages 1-10Open Access
  3. Intuitive, VR- and Gesture-based Physical Interaction with Virtual Commissioning Simulation Models

    • Maximilian Metzner, Lorenz Krieg, Daniel Krüger, Tobias Ködel, Jörg Franke
    Pages 11-20Open Access
  4. Accuracy of Marker Tracking on an Optical See-Through Head Mounted Display

    • Michael Brand, Lukas Antonio Wulff, Yogi Hamdani, Thorsten Schüppstuhl
    Pages 21-31Open Access
  5. User Guidance and Automatic Completion for Generating Planar B-Rep Models

    • Dorian Rohner, Maximilian Sand, Dominik Henrich
    Pages 33-43Open Access
  6. Development of a Shared Environment Model with Dynamic Trajectory Representation for Multiple Mobile Robots

    • Sebastian Quirin Roder, Florian Rothmeyer, Bernd Spiegelberger, Gunther Reinhart
    Pages 45-55Open Access
  7. Towards Embedded Force Sensors in Exoskeletons for Evaluating Interaction Forces in Interfaces

    • Niclas Hoffmann, Samet Ersoysal, Robert Weidner
    Pages 69-79Open Access
  8. Automated generation of adapter plates for industrial robots

    • Lars Niklas Penczek, Matthias Bartelt, Bernd Kuhlenkötter
    Pages 95-104Open Access
  9. Fragmentation in Reconfigured Real-time Production Networks

    • Christian von Arnim, Armin Lechler, Oliver Riedel, Alexander Verl
    Pages 105-115Open Access
  10. A multi-domain networking infrastructure enabling the situation-specific choreography of decentralized things

    • Marlene Gebhard, Michael Schluse, Martin Hoppen, Jürgen Roßmann
    Pages 127-137Open Access
  11. Data Acquisition and Classification of Best Practices for the Configuration of Robot Applications

    • Florian Hoffmann, André Hengstebeck, Jochen Deuse
    Pages 139-148Open Access
  12. Cognitive Effects of Physical Support Systems: A Study of Resulting Effects for Tasks at and above Head Level Using Exoskeletons

    • Felix Schroeter, Svantje T. Kähler, Zhejun Yao, Thomas Jacobsen, Robert Weidner
    Pages 149-159Open Access
  13. Industrial Data Science - Interdisciplinary Competence for Machine Learning in Industrial Production

    • Lukas Schulte, Jacqueline Schmitt, Lukas Stankiewicz, Jochen Deuse
    Pages 161-171Open Access
  14. Measurement based robot cutting as preparation for welding tubular connections

    • Sascha Lauer, Tina Ambrosat, Martin-Christoph Wanner, Wilko Flügge
    Pages 173-182Open Access
  15. Information requirements and interfaces for the programming of robots in flexible manufacturing

    • Arturo Bastidas-Cruz, Oliver Heimann, Kevin Haninger, Jörg Krüger
    Pages 183-192Open Access
  16. User-Centered Design of an Intuitive Robot Playback Programming System

    • Christian Colceriu, Michael Riedl, Dominik Henrich, Sigrid Brell-Cokcan, Verena Nitsch
    Pages 193-203Open Access
  17. Circular Path Generation for Toroidal Cavity Inspection

    • Lukas Bath, Maik Dammann, Thorsten Schüppstuhl
    Pages 205-215Open Access

About this book

This Open Access proceedings presents a good overview of the current research landscape of industrial robots.
The objective of MHI Colloquium is the successful networking at both academic and management level. Thereby, the colloquium focuses an academic exchange at a high level in order to distribute the obtained research results, to determine synergy effects and trends, to connect the actors in person and in conclusion, to strengthen the research field as well as the MHI community. In addition, there is the possibility to become acquatined with the organizing institute. Primary audience is formed by members of the scientific society for assembly, handling and industrial robotics (WGMHI).

The Editors
 
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Thorsten Schüppstuhl is head of the Institute of Aircraft Production Technology (IFPT) at the Hamburg University of Technology.
 
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Kirsten Tracht is head of the Bremen Institute for Mechanical Engineering (bime) at the University of Bremen.
 
Prof. Dr. Dominik Henrich is head of the RESY Research Lab at the University of Bayreuth. 

Keywords

  • Open Access
  • Assembly Processes & Systems
  • Handling & Grasping
  • Modelling & Simulation
  • Human-robot-collaboration
  • Industrial Robotics

Editors and Affiliations

  • Institute of Aircraft Production Technology, Hamburg University of Technology, Hamburg, Germany

    Thorsten Schüppstuhl

  • Bremen Institute for Mechanical Engineering (bime), University of Bremen, Bremen, Germany

    Kirsten Tracht

  • Chair for Robotics and Embedded Systems, University of Bayreuth, Bayreuth, Germany

    Dominik Henrich

About the editors

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Thorsten Schüppstuhl is head of the Institute for Aircraft Production Technology (IFPT) at the Technical University of Hamburg.

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Kirsten Tracht is head of the Institute for Structural Mechanics and Production Systems (bime) at the University of Bremen.

Prof. Dr. Dominik Henrich is head of the RESY Research Lab at the University of Bayreuth.

Bibliographic Information

Buying options

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USD 49.99
Price excludes VAT (USA)