Open architecture systems for the position-force real time robots control with compliance function

@inproceedings{Vladareanu2006OpenAS,
  title={Open architecture systems for the position-force real time robots control with compliance function},
  author={Luige Vladareanu},
  year={2006}
}
This paper shows a new technical solution called OPEN ARCHITECTURE for the hybrid positioning and force robot control on six degrees-of-freedom (DOF) in a PLC multi-microprocessor system interfaced with PC in order to obtain high performances. Through the development of this method the system becomes open to new command and control functions: compliance and comprehensive actions. Mainly this architecture allows for real-time control having two information sources: dynamic force and static… CONTINUE READING

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