Spatial Vision Robotics: Real Time 3D Vision Guidance
Spatial Vision Robotics locates objects, boxes, cases, and parts and provides 3D position (X,Y,Z) and pose (Rx,Ry,Rz) for real-time guidance of robots and machines. It delivers scalable 3D vision guidance for popular robots using a wide variety of 3D sensors.
It delivers market leading price/performance vision guidance by providing just the right mix of webcams, USB or GigE cameras, structured light sensors, and lasers. With the recent release of Version 3.2, it can deliver 1,400 cases per hour and automatically make single, double or triple picks of boxes.
Universal ensures your application is integrated into your logistics and factory automation, other devices, and, if desired, is deployed with a human-machine interface that is intuitive for operators. Universal provides integration & deployment via open-standard Fieldbus protocols to PLCs and other factory devices, as well as providing integrators customizable features for their customers.
3D – Vision guidance for the most demanding tasks
Scalable – Off-the-shelf cameras/sensors for right precision
Fast – Up to 1,400 cases per hour
Price/performance – Best of any 3D solution
Expertise – Every solution with expert guidance
The Spatial Vision product family supports most commonly used open-standard Industrial Ethernet and fieldbus protocols for reliable communication to PLCs and other factory devices.
• OPC Foundation
Universal offers three sensor suite resolutions – standard (± 5.0mm accuracy), enhanced (± 2.5mm accuracy), and premium (± 0.5mm accuracy) to fit the requirements of the task. It provides 3D pattern matching to determine true position and pose information. When combined with PC hardware, you have a complete vision guidance system integrated with your robotic application. This solution can identify, pick and place objects at 10 – 30 per minute.
Universal’s robotists ensure that Spatial Vision Robotics communicates with your make or model of robot in your 3D vision guidance application. The application already includes the correct driver and communication to your robot interface, and proper interaction with your robot controller. Automated robot programming for complex motor control programs up to 17 axes (dual arm) can be incrementally provided by Universal Autonomy. Communication is provided to the robot controller interface provided with the robot purchased from manufacturers such as ABB, Denso, Fanuc, Kawasaki, KUKA, Universal Robots, and Yaskawa Motoman Robotics.
Note: Spatial Vision Robotics is also sold through Yaskawa Motoman Robotics as MotoSight 3D Spatial Vision. Click here for more information.