January 21, 2020 — Yaskawa Nordic AB, the world’s leading manufacturer of robotics automation systems today announced a partnership with Realtime Robotics, the leader in autonomous motion planning for industrial robots. The combination of Yaskawa’s high performance industrial robots and Realtime Robotics suite of products for advanced robot control deliver […]Read More
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Why Rapid Motion Planning? Realtime Robotics has developed the Realtime Controller that allows you to quickly deploy a multi-robot workcell that maximizes the collective performance of the robots. In the video on the left, you see four robots—three from Universal Robots and one from Fanuc—moving together in a demonstration workcell. […]Read More
Unfortunately, robots don’t run smoothly all the time. Robot hardware or software could fail, an end-effector could break, or even some part of the workspace itself could fail (e.g., a conveyor belt providing materials to one of the robots). Failures cause a disproportionate amount of downtime. To get back up […]Read More
Today’s robot workspaces are designed to detect worker entrances—perhaps with a fence or a sensor—and which instructs all of the robots to idle. Why? Because today’s robots don’t perceive and react quickly enough at typical speeds to operate safely within close proximity to people. Having a fence or sensor that […]Read More
Robots are touted as the solution to multiple manufacturing problems from increasing productivity to solving the labor shortage. However, the promise of autonomous machines currently lags the underlying technology. One of the key constraints with robotic automation is the risk of collisions. Robots need a way to work in harmony […]Read More