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  • © 2020

Annals of Scientific Society for Assembly, Handling and Industrial Robotics

  • 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. Multi-agent path planning: comparison of different behaviors in the case of collisions

    • Michaela Krä, Ludwig Vogt, Valentin Spannagl, Johannes Schilp
    Pages 217-227Open Access
  2. Trajectory Optimization Methods for Robotic Cells Considering Energy Efficiency and Collisions

    • Elias Knöchelmann, Dwayne Steinke, Joel Greenyer, Svenja Spindeldreier, Tobias Ortmaier
    Pages 229-240Open Access
  3. Localization and grasping of small load carriers with autonomous unmanned aerial vehicles

    • Markus Lieret, Michael Lallinger, Markus Tauscher, Jörg Franke
    Pages 241-250Open Access
  4. Determination of Gripping Forces for Handling Surface-sensitive Objects

    • Michael Krampe, Michael Miro, Miguel Angel Villanueva Portela, Bernd Kuhlenkötter
    Pages 251-261Open Access
  5. Disturbance Force Estimation for a Low Pressure Suction Gripper Based on Differential Pressure Analysis.

    • Benjamin Wirth, Sven Coutandin, Jürgen Fleischer
    Pages 263-273Open Access
  6. Integration of Collaborative Robotics in Vocational Training Using Mixed Reality

    • Torsten Sebastian Sievers, Bianca Schmitt, Maren Petersen, Kirsten Tracht
    Pages 275-283Open Access
  7. Creation of an Experimental Engineering Toolbox for the Digital Transformation of Manual Jet Engine Assembly

    • Konstantinos Spanoudakis, Fabian Jonen, Christian Borck
    Pages 285-294Open Access
  8. Robot-Based Fiber Spray Process for Small Batch Production

    • Edgar Schmidt, Jonas Winkelbauer, Georg Puchas, Dominik Henrich, Walter Krenkel
    Pages 295-305Open Access
  9. Affordance Based Disambiguation and Validation in Human-Robot Dialogue

    • Kim Wölfel, Dominik Henrich
    Pages 307-317Open Access
  10. Trajectory Optimization for the Handling of Elastically Coupled Objects via Reinforcement Learning and Flatness-Based Control

    • Daniel Kaczor, Martin Bensch, Moritz Schappler, Tobias Ortmaier
    Pages 319-329Open 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

Softcover Book USD 49.99
Price excludes VAT (USA)