Recent Progress on Programming Methods for Industrial Robots

@inproceedings{Pan2010RecentPO,
  title={Recent Progress on Programming Methods for Industrial Robots},
  author={Zengxi Pan and Joseph William Polden and Nathan Larkin and Stephen van Duin and John Norrish},
  booktitle={ISR/ROBOTIK},
  year={2010}
}
Although an automated flexible production cell is an intriguing prospect for small to median enterprises (SMEs) in current global market conditions, the complexity of programming remains one of the major hurdles preventing automation using industrial robots for SMEs. This paper provides a comprehensive review of the recent research progresses on the programming methods for industrial robots, including online programming, offline programming (OLP), and programming using Augmented Reality (AR… CONTINUE READING
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