Programming of collaborative robots


Collaborative robots hardly differ from industrial robots, looking at their external appearance. Nevertheless they<br/>deviate greatly in their handling, their programming and their field of application from their counterparts working behind protective fences. In this training the skills and characteristics of sensitive robots will be discussed, and ways of how they can be used for direct human-robot collaboration (HRC) will be shown. This course is focusing on the programming of HRC-capable robots. The differences in programming will be presented to the participants with practical exercises on various collaborative robots.

Focal points
  • Areas of application of sensitive serial manipulators
  • Framework conditions of collaborative robot applications
  • Theoretical basics of robot safety and relevant standards
  • Insights into the development of software for HRC applications
  • Overview of advantages and disadvantages of sensor technology in HRC applications
  • Integration and processing of sensor data
  • Implementation of simple HRC applications on KUKA iiwa, Universal Robots UR3 and ABB YuMi
Target audiences
  • Technical personnel
  • Project and applications engineers
  • Design engineers
  • System integrators
  • Automation engineers and technicians
  • Research and development personnel
  • PhD candidates
Notes & Booking details
  • Requirements for participation: BAS-01 recommended
  • Languages: German/English
  • Evaluation: written exam
  • Inhouse training on request


Booking details:

Booking-ID: BAS-02
Duration:1 day
Time:08:30 am - 05:00 pm
Venue:Lakeside Science & Technology Park Klagenfurt
participants:Maximum number of 12
Fee:EUR 640,-- per person (excl. VAT) 

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