PRESENTED BY           D.KAVITHA           III BE ECEJAYARAM ENGINEERING COLLEGE OF         TECHNOLOGY
 Developed at the University Bermen’s Institute of  Automation(IAT) Offers increased control functionality for the  disa...
 Electric wheelchair Robot arm MANUS Dual Pentium PC CAN-bus RS-232 interface Tray and flat LCD display Mini camera...
THE ROBOTICS SYSTEM FRIEND
ARCHITECTURE OF THE SYSTEMFRIEND
   Programming may be done using either         Teach-in procedure         Robot Programming by Demonstration(RPD)   C...
 Programmer demonstrates task to be executed  with his own hand Motions are measured, recorded and processed Measuremen...
DEMONSTRATION
POURING A GLASS
EXPERIMENTAL RESULTS
 FRIEND uses a grasp utility- labeled objects Visual servoing with a gripper-mounted camera is  used along with TbS To ...
START AND END OF PICK ACTION
 Computes the change in position of the robot In new position control algorithm is used to reach  the taught relative po...
Positioning the wheelchair too   Grasping without collision from a close to the object causes       surface (optimal) whee...
 Laborious Time delay in speech recognition system Improvement arises with semi-autonomous  actions Research and devel...
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    1. 1. PRESENTED BY D.KAVITHA III BE ECEJAYARAM ENGINEERING COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY
    2. 2.  Developed at the University Bermen’s Institute of Automation(IAT) Offers increased control functionality for the disabled users Robot arm MANUS was specially designed for people with upper-limb impairments
    3. 3.  Electric wheelchair Robot arm MANUS Dual Pentium PC CAN-bus RS-232 interface Tray and flat LCD display Mini camera Speech recognition software Arm controller
    4. 4. THE ROBOTICS SYSTEM FRIEND
    5. 5. ARCHITECTURE OF THE SYSTEMFRIEND
    6. 6.  Programming may be done using either  Teach-in procedure  Robot Programming by Demonstration(RPD) Control  By user  Autonomous control by the system
    7. 7.  Programmer demonstrates task to be executed with his own hand Motions are measured, recorded and processed Measurements are not used in simple pick and place Used to execute complex trajectories without difficulty inspite of variable initial conditions
    8. 8. DEMONSTRATION
    9. 9. POURING A GLASS
    10. 10. EXPERIMENTAL RESULTS
    11. 11.  FRIEND uses a grasp utility- labeled objects Visual servoing with a gripper-mounted camera is used along with TbS To grasp the same object the gripper is moved to taught grasp position. It may be manually done or automatically done.
    12. 12. START AND END OF PICK ACTION
    13. 13.  Computes the change in position of the robot In new position control algorithm is used to reach the taught relative position A controller must  Drive the gripper from any reasonable starting position to the gripping position  Must ensure that the object marker remains in the image during the motion
    14. 14. Positioning the wheelchair too Grasping without collision from a close to the object causes surface (optimal) wheelchair collision with the shelf. location.
    15. 15.  Laborious Time delay in speech recognition system Improvement arises with semi-autonomous actions Research and development is still required Future work will focus on  Analysis and implementation of semiautonomous actions  Simplification of MMI  Improvement of the safety functions
    16. 16. Thank You
    17. 17. Queries???
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