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eng Cloud Robotics Model
Mester, Gyula
Cloud Robotics was born from the merger of service robotics and cloud technologies. It allows robots to benefit from the powerful computational, storage, and communications resources of modern data centres. Cloud robotics allows robots to take advantage of the rapid increase in data transfer rates to offload tasks without hard real time requirements. Cloud Robotics has rapidly gained momentum with initiatives by companies such as Google, Willow Garage and Gostai as well as more than a dozen active research projects around the world. The present...
Hrčak ID: 133677

eng No Clamp Robotic Assembly with Use of Point Cloud Data from Low-Cost Triangulation Scanner
Suszyński, Marcin; Wojciechowski, Jakub; Żurek, Jan
Tehnički vjesnik Vol. 25, No. 3, 2018
The paper shows the clamp-less assembly idea as a very important one in the modern assembly. Assembly equipment such as clamps represent a significant group of industrial equipment in manufacturing plants whose number can be effectively reduced. The article presents the concept of using industrial robot equipped with a triangulation scanner in the assembly process in order to minimize the number of clamps that hold the units in a particular position in space. It also shows how the system searches for objects in the point cloud based on multi-st...
Hrčak ID: 202638

Castelli, Enrico
Psychiatria Danubina Vol. 33, No. suppl 11, 2021
In the last years, traditional treatments have been combined with innovative therapies, such as robot-assisted training, an interesting new rehabilitation tool for children with neurologic impairment. The robots deliver a high dose of training and int ensity, critical factors for the activation of neuronal plasticity. Despite their increasing use, the effectiveness of robotic devices in the rehabilitation process lacks of an overall and shared framework of reference. The analysis of the literature reveals some posit ive aspects of the use o...
Hrčak ID: 270211

eng Unibot, a Universal Agent Architecture for Robots
Zaharija, Goran; Mladenović, Saša; Maleš, Lada
Today there are numerous robots in different applications domains despite the fact that they still have limitations in perception, actuation and decision process. Consequently, robots usually have limited autonomy, they are domain specific or have difficulty to adapt on new environments. Learning is the property that makes an agent intelligent and the crucial property that a robot should have to proliferate into the human society. Embedding the learning ability into the robot may simplify the development of the robot control mechanism. The moti...
Hrčak ID: 179238

eng Robotics in the Modern World of Work - Results From an Empirical Study Regarding Business Ethics
Ludin, Daniela; Wellbrock, Wanja; Müller, Erika; Gerstlberger, Wolfgang; Gray, Lea; Salat, Sabrina
Tehnički glasnik Vol. 15, No. 2, 2021
The digital revolution is changing the world. Robots, big data and artificial intelligence are the key technologies of the future and the basis of important innovations for the future development of the economy and society. In companies, this fact requires strategic rethinking and adjustments in ever-shorter time cycles. The creation of an agile and collaborative production to achieve the goals is often a basic requirement. With adaptation to technical progress, requirements and goals change continuously. To be and remain competitive, companies...
Hrčak ID: 258435

Šekoranja, Bojan; Jerbić, Bojan; Šuligoj, Filip
Transactions of FAMENA Vol. 39, No. 1, 2015
As cooperation between robots and humans becomes increasingly important for new robotic applications, human-robot interaction (HRI) becomes a significant area of research. This paper presents a novel approach to HRI based on the use of a virtual surface. The presented system consists of a virtual surface and a robot manipulator capable of tactile interaction. Multimedia content of the virtual surface and the option to manually guide the manipulator through space provide an intuitive means of interaction between the robot and the operator. The p...
Hrčak ID: 138265

eng Influence of the Localization Strategy on the Accuracy of a Neurosurgical Robot System
Šuligoj, Filip; Jerbić, Bojan; Šekoranja, Bojan; Vidaković, Josip; Švaco, Marko
Transactions of FAMENA Vol. 42, No. 2, 2018
Precise navigation of surgical instruments is one of the most important features of autonomous surgical robots. In this paper, we introduce a concept of robot localization strategy and analyse its influence on the overall application error of a robot system for frameless stereotactic neurosurgery named RONNA. Localization strategies utilize specific angles at which the robot can approach a target point, orientations, and types of movement during the procedure of physical space fiducial marker localization and positioning to the target points. T...
Hrčak ID: 203828

eng Artificial Intelligence in Foreign Object Classification in Fenceless Robotic Work Cells Using 2-D Safety Cameras
Ozkahraman, Merdan; Livatyali, Haydar
Tehnički vjesnik Vol. 29, No. 5, 2022
Production systems using robotic manipulators have become common in the last few decades, and the trend is towards fenceless cells that save from space. Thus, the safety and flexibility of these systems have become more critical. The safety systems are based on either sensor data or camera images. Although the flexibility of the camera-based systems is better, conventional image processing methods are sensitive to the working environment. Artificial intelligence may be a powerful tool for them to adapt to change requirements quickly and improve...
Hrčak ID: 281660

eng A Survey on Emotion Recognition for Human Robot Interaction
Mohammed, Suhaila Najim; Hassan, Alia Karim Abdul
With the recent developments of technology and the advances in artificial intelligent and machine learning techniques, it becomes possible for the robot to acquire and show the emotions as a part of Human-Robot Interaction (HRI). An emotional robot can recognize the emotional states of humans so that it will be able to interact more naturally with its human counterpart in different environments. In this article, a survey on emotion recognition for HRI systems has been presented. The survey aims to achieve two objectives. Firstly, it aims to dis...
Hrčak ID: 259335

eng Robust Sliding Mode Control for Flexible Joint Robotic Manipulator via Disturbance Observer
Alam, Waqar; Ahmad, Sayyar; Mehmood, Adeel; Iqbal, Jamshed
In a flexible joint robotic manipulator, parametric variations and external disturbances result in mismatch uncertainties thus posing a great challenge in terms of manipulator’s control. This article investigates non-linear control algorithms for desired trajectory tracking of a flexible manipulator subjected to mismatch perturbations. The manipulator’s dynamics is derived based on Euler-Lagrange approach followed by the design of nonlinear control laws. The traditional Sliding Mode Control and Integral Sliding Mode Control failed to demonstrat...
Hrčak ID: 218641