PC-Control: "Rollin' Justin" robot drags crates and serves tea
EtherCAT as a uniform communication platform for mobile service robots of the future
The development of humanoid robots has made significant progress in recent years. “Rollin’ Justin,” developed by the German Aerospace Center (DLR), can perform complex, two-handed manipulations and can move freely about rooms due to a mobile platform. “Rollin’ Justin” is a prototype of the kind of service robot that could be used in future households for everyday tasks or for fetching and bringing items in a warehouse. The fast communication necessary for the movement sequences takes place via EtherCAT, while the Beckhoff TwinCAT PLC automation software takes care of control.
|PC-Control: "Rollin' Justin" robot drags crates and serves tea||EN||Feb 01, 2010||0,34 MB|
|PC-Control: "Rollin' Justin" schleppt Kisten und serviert Tee||DE||Feb 01, 2010||0,34 MB|
|PC控制：会搬送箱子和沏茶的机器人 Rollin’ Justin||CN||Feb 01, 2010||0,32 MB|