Robot Technology and Applications: Proceedings of the 1st Robotics Europe Conference Brussels, June 27-28, 1984 by K. RathmillRobot Technology and Applications: Proceedings of the 1st Robotics Europe Conference Brussels, June 27-28, 1984 by K. Rathmill

Robot Technology and Applications: Proceedings of the 1st Robotics Europe Conference Brussels, June…

byK. RathmillEditorP. MacConaill, S. O'Leary

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Title:Robot Technology and Applications: Proceedings of the 1st Robotics Europe Conference Brussels, June…Format:PaperbackDimensions:202 pagesPublished:October 3, 2013Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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ESPRIT and Robotics Europe.- Performance characteristics and performance testing of industrial robots - state of the art.- Project for development of a photogrammetric method for the evaluation of the dynamic performance of industrial robots.- Dynamic performance measurement of robot arms.- Application of the experimental modal-analysis in the performance testing procedure of industrial robots.- A review of safety standards.- Safety of robot installations in France.- Assessment of programmable electronic systems with particular reference to robotics.- Occupational safety and industrial robots - present stage of discussions within the tripartite group on robotic safety.- Towards developing reliability and safety related standards using systematic methodologies.- International standards activities in the field of industrial robots.- Standardization in the industrial robot field.- International standardisation related to industrial robots.- Robot languages in the eighties.- Robot programming using a high-level language and CAD facilities.- Implicit robot programming based on a high level explicit system and using the robot data base RODABAS.- Robot architecture for the integration of robots into manufacturing cells.- The development of a European benchmark for the comparison of assembly robot programming systems.