|Programme:||Operational Programme Research, Development and Education|
|Period:||2018 - 2022|
|Name of applicant:||VŠB – Technical University of Ostrava|
|Research organizations:||VŠB-Technical University Ostrava, Fraunhofer Institute for Machine Tools and Forming Technology (Chemnitz, Germany)|
|Partners, corporations:||SIEMENS, s.r.o., Brose CZ spol. s.r.o., HELLA AUTOTECHNIK NOVA, s.r.o., VOP CZ, s.p., Moravskoslezské inovační centrum Ostrava, a.s., Moravskoslezský automobilový klastr, z.s., Varroc Lighting Systems, s.r.o., Continental Automotive Czech Republic s.r.o., Brano a.s.|
Brief Project Description - Abstract
The aim of the proposed project "Industry Research Platform 4.0 and Robotics in the Ostrava Agglomeration" is to intensify long-term interdisciplinary cooperation by supporting the creation of new and the development of existing interdisciplinary partnerships and cooperation of research organizations with the application sphere within the framework of jointly conducted research focused on Industry 4.0 and Robotics. As part of the implementation of the project, new and strengthened existing instruments and forms of bi-directional transmission of the unique knowledge and experience of the involved entities - research organizations and industrial partners will be created. Part of the project plan is also the fulfilment of the specific objective of SO2 PA1 OP RDE - Capacity building and strengthening of the long-term cooperation of research organizations with the application sphere – by creating a network of research workplaces for the implementation of joint interdisciplinary and intersectoral research.
These newly built capacities will form the platform infrastructure for the research of control, information and communication technologies oriented towards Industry 4.0 and Robotics. This is a unique instrumental infrastructure and SW means enabling a common interdisciplinary and intersectoral research of new principles and verification of new concepts applicable in the area of Industry 4.0 and Robotics. Within the project, positions will be created for researchers from research organizations using these capacities and their instrumental infrastructure and SW resources to carry out joint research of new principles and concepts in collaboration with existing researchers of research institutes and industrial partners involved in the project. The results of joint research in the form of proven new concepts implemented in practice by industrial partners will strengthen the competitiveness and innovation potential of these partners, which is the main impact of this project.
1. BIG DATA ANALYSIS
2. AUTONOMOUS AND COLLABORATIVE ROBOTS (solved by the Department of Robotics)
2.1.1 Research of suitable physical principles of sensors for space analysis and evaluation of mutual object spacing.
2.1.2 Finding new mathematical procedures for processing and interpreting spatial data for collision-free movement of the robot arm, including a tool or other manipulation object, in environments with dynamically changing obstacles.
2.1.3 Research of appropriate principles of collision-free trajectory determination and securing safe stopping of the robot before a collision with an obstacle or any part of the body of the operator.
2.1.4 Research of possibilities of integrating automatic trajectory correction into robot software. Implementation of a functional sample of equipment and verification of functionality with industrial partners of the project.
2.2.1 Research of technical and programme instruments of HMI interface for guiding collaborative robots via contact or contactless interface.
2.2.2 Research of suitable physical principles of sensors to find the exact position and orientation of the manipulation object in the gripper.
2.2.3 Integration of a manual guidance system with collision control into robot software. Implementation of a functional sample of equipment and verification of functionality with industrial partners of the project.
2.3.1 Research of appropriate physical principles and sensory systems to inspect the shapes of complex spatial components and to control the relative positioning and orientation of functional surfaces.
2.3.2 Research of mathematical methods of spatial point cloud processing with respect to the required evaluation speed during robotic manipulation with the object.
2.3.3 Research of suitable algorithms to compare product shapes with their CAD models. Search 3D model(s) on the base its 3D Point Cloud data.
3. MODELLING METHODS AND TECHNIQUES: PIL, HIL, SIL, MODEL-BASED DESIGN
4. ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
5. SMART SYSTEMS AND COMPONENTS AND COMMUNICATION ON THE INTERNET OF THINGS
Leaders of intent 2 (Autonomous and Collaborative Robots)
- prof. Dr. Ing. Petr Novák
- doc. Ing. Dalibor Lukáš, Ph.D.,
- doc. Ing. Zdenko Bobovský, Ph.D.