3D Vision Implementation for Robotic Handling System of Automotive Parts Jiopen access3D Vision Implementation for Robotic Handling System of Automotive Parts Ji
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- 3D Vision Implementation for Robotic Handling System of Automotive Parts Ji
- 남지훈; 양원옥; 박수현; 김남국; 송철기; 이호성
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- Robotic Automation System(로봇자동화시스템); 3D Vision(3D 비전); Smart Factory (스마트 공장); Advanced Manufacturing System(첨단 제조시스템)
- 한국기계가공학회지, v.21, no.4, pp.60 - 69
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- To keep pace with Industry 4.0, it is imperative for companies to redesign their working environments byadopting robotic automation systems. Automation lines are facilitating the latest cutting-edge technologies, such as 3Dvision and industrial robots, to outdo competitors by reducing costs. Considering the nature of the manufacturingindustry, a time-saving workflow and smooth linkwork between processes is vital. At Dellics, without any additionalnew installation in the automation lines, only a few improvements to the working process could raise productivity.
Three requirements are the development of gripping technology by utilizing a 3D vision system for the recognitionof the material shape and location, research on lighting projectors to target long distances and high illumination, andtesting of algorithms/software to improve measurement accuracy and identify products. With some of the functionalrequisites mentioned above, improved robotic automation systems should provide an improved working environmentto maximize overall production efficiency. In this article, the ways in which such a system can become thegroundwork for establishing an unmanned working infrastructure are discussed.
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