Robotics is offering companies more new opportunities in the aeronautical sector. In this regard, HispaRob, the Spanish Technological Robotics platform and one of its members, IK4-TEKNIKER, will host a free seminar on February 28th addressing “Robotic opportunities for companies
CRO-INSPECT consortium met in IK4-TEKNIKER’s installation in order to deal about the Project technical progress.
SAAB, IK4-LORTEK and TECNATOM attended the meeting in which the requirements for collaborative inspection and guided waves were reviewed and the potential solution designed
IK4-TEKNIKER is leading the European project CRO-INSPECT whose aim is to improve aircraft flap inspection practices by means of collaborative robotics and ultrasound techniques.
The incorporation of composite materials to the aeronautic business used to build lighter, less polluting
This paper proposes a new concept, the Admissible Gap (AG), for reactive collision avoidance. A gap is called admissible if it is possible to find a collision-free motion control that guides a robot through it, while respecting the vehicle
Researchers at the Fraunhofer Project Group Joining and Assembly FFM (part of the Fraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing Technology and Advanced Materials in Bremen, Germany) are working on a robotic assembly-line system for airplane assembly based on tweaked automotive robots.
The traditional constant impedance control is a simple but effective method widely used in many fields including contact force tracking. Using this method, the location of the environment relative to the robot and the stiffness of the