In addition, the Cambridge, Mass.-based company, which is owned by Teradyne, will conduct demonstrations in Booth 8925. Meanwhile, Energid CEO Neil Tardella shares motion planning strategies for bin picking during his hour-long presentation on April 10 at 10:00 a.m. at the Automate conference.
Actin‘s adaptive motion-control capabilities are intended to help robotic system developers quickly and easily design, model, and control complex robotic systems from proof of concept through deployment and execution, according to Energid. Actin 5 will include the following new features:
“The new features we’ve added make it even easier for robotic system developers to build advanced robot applications,” Tardella said. “The flexibility of the Actin SDK allows customers to easily build advanced motion-control capabilities.”
One of the most time-consuming problems robotic systems developers encounter is coordinating multiple robots to work together. Other challenges include adding a 7th, 8th or 9th degree of freedom to a 6-axis robot such as a rail, gantry, or mobile base.
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Still other technical challenges include integrating vision feedback with real-time robotic control and moving complex systems through confined spaces. Energid’s two demos at Automate will show how these problems can be solved.
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