Intelligent Gripping System

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For flexible and sensitive grasping applications

Artificial Intelligence, Industry 4.0

Intelligent Gripping System
Intelligent Gripping System

Rovi's intelligent gripping system engineered by TU München Lehrstuhl Medientechnik is a ready-to-use solution for flexible and sensitive grasping applications. It integrates an industrial gripper, a stereo camera, as well as RoVi's camera-based sensors for tactile data and optionally force/torque. It solves the problem of inflexilibility that many grasping systems present, since it happens very often that fingers are specially adapted to a single object, and sensory feedback from the grasping process is very limited.

Secure grasp of various objects

The rubber foam on the finger ensures a secure grasp of various objects. At the same time, it serves as the sensitive element for our camera-based tactile sensors. The integrated sensing software provides rich feedback about the grasping processes. Control features enable grasping of a wide variety of objects with a single gripper/finger, and also enable handling of fragile parts without time-consuming reprogramming.

The gripper includes a stereo vision system for part detection and recognition.

Posted on August 25, 2018 - (522 views)
Technische Universität München
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85748 Garching - Germany
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