Mounting a articulated robot (Stäubli TX90L) on top of a high-performance linear axis leads to a redundant robotic system with more degrees of freedom than Cartesian coordinates. This additional degree of freedom not only expand the work space, but also allows to fulfill different additional criteria. As a case in point, collision avoidance or energy-optimized trajectory planning can be achieved. The highly contemporary industrial robotic system is at the latest state of technology and therefore the basis for research cooperations between science and industry.
Institut für Robotik
Johannes Kepler Universität Linz
Altenberger Straße 69
Science Park 1, 5. Stock, Raum MT535