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Sustainable and reliable robotics for part handling in manufacturing automation

The goal of project STAMINA is to increase automation in internal logistics processes in industry by developing a new generation of mobile robotic manipulators. In order to increase the level of automation in tasks, different methodologies have been developed – robotic sensing, planning and vertical integration with the logistics and production system – which make it possible for a fleet of mobile robots to autonomously execute logistics tasks. The system is composed of a robotic arm with a three-finger gripper, assembled on a mobile platform, capable of navigating in a dynamic, non-structured environment. The robotic fleet is supervised using a logistic planning system, integrated with the industrial production and logistics system. The technology not only increases competitiveness and flexibility, but also improves the workers’ ergonomics.

Details

Details

  • Acronym

    STAMINA
  • Start

    01st October 2013
  • Global Budget

    4.550.000,00 €
  • State

    Active
  • End

    31st March 2017
  • Responsible

    Germano Veiga
  • Financing

    457.785,00 €
    Team
    002

    Associated Centres

    CESE

    Centre

    Enterprise Systems Engineering

    CRIIS

    Centre

    Robotics in Industry and Intelligent Systems