Moving part recognition and automatic pick and place using an industrial robot

Konukseven, Erhan İlhan


Dynamic position controlof robot manipulators
Bodur, Mehmet; Sezer, Erol; Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering (1991)
Software development for man-machine interface for an industrial robot
Cengiz, Mahir Cihan; Kaftanoğlu, Bilgin; Department of Mechanical Engineering (2003)
In this study, a robotic software, which controls the robot, is developed. The robot considered is a six degree of freedom robot and it is designed and manufactured in METU. User can send the robot anywhere in space within its workspace, in any orientation. Forward and inverse kinamatics can be executed according to the needs. Simulation framework is embedded into the software for the 3D visualisation of the robot. Any movements can be simulated on the screen. Software also generates the path for the given ...
Body attitude control of a planar one-legged hopping robot using a novel air drag assisted reaction wheel
Akmandor, Neşet Ünver; Saranlı, Afşar; Yazıcıoğlu, Yiğit; Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering (2016)
In the literature, spring-loaded inverted pendulum (SLIP) model with damping has been used to represent the dynamics of legged locomotion. Based on a planar version of the model, a group of existing work focus on controlling the hip torque (between body and leg) in stance and in flight phases to generate stable planar locomotion (the SLIP-T model). Most of these studies assume an infinite body inertia such that the applied hip torque does not affect the attitude of the robot body. In practice, for any finit...
Synchronization of multiple serially actuated robotic legs using virtual damping control
Özen, Merve; Saranlı, Uluç; Department of Computer Engineering (2018)
Even though one-legged models have been found to be a useful fundamental basis for understanding and controlling the dynamics of running, animals and physical robots alike often use multiple legs for additional support, dexterity, and stability. In general, the dynamics of such multi-legged morphologies are more complex and their control is more difficult. A common problem in this context is to achieve a particular phase relationship between periodic oscillations of different legs, resulting in different lo...
Single and multi-frame motion deblurring for legged robots: characterization using a novel fd-aroc performance metric and a comprehensive motion-blur dataset
Gültekin, Gökhan Koray; Saranlı, Afşar; Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering (2016)
Dexterous legged robots are agile platforms that can move on variable terrain at high speeds. The locomotion of these legged platforms causes oscillations of the robot body which become more severe depending on the surface and locomotion speed. Camera sensors mounted on such platforms experience the same disturbances, hence resulting in motion blur. This is a corruption of the image and results in loss of information which in turn causes degradation or loss of important image features. Most of the studies i...
Citation Formats
E. İ. Konukseven, “Moving part recognition and automatic pick and place using an industrial robot,” Ph.D. - Doctoral Program, Middle East Technical University, 1996.