The paper deals with research and application of external sensor feedback for robot control. Two laser distance sensors are applied and tested as external sensors for motion control, particulary for marking of hot steel coils in steel strip mills. A developed algoritm integated with a coordinate trajectory compensator is used with the two distance measured signals for on-line motion control adjustment. The tests include experiments carried out with aN ABB IRB 2000 robot.
|Title of host publication||Bath Workshop on Power Transmission and Motion Control : PTMC 99|
|Editors||C. R. Borrows, K. A. Edge|
|Place of Publication||London and Bury St Edmunds,UK|
|Publisher||Professional Engineering Publishing|
|Publication status||Published - 1999|
|Event||Int Bath Workshop on Power Transmission and Motion Control
- PTMC'99 - Bath, UK|
Duration: 1 Jan 1999 → …
|Conference||Int Bath Workshop on Power Transmission and Motion Control - PTMC'99|
|Period||01/01/1999 → …|
Conrad, F., Vejby-Christensen, J., Flyvholm, M., & Sørensen, T. (1999). Laser distance sensors used with a developed integrated algorithm for robot motion control in steel coil marking. In C. R. Borrows, & K. A. Edge (Eds.), Bath Workshop on Power Transmission and Motion Control : PTMC 99 (pp. 3-14). Professional Engineering Publishing.