Technical University of Munich (TUM)
Automation has greatly increased the efficiency of the manufacturing sector. Robotic equipment is highly flexible and can be customized to perform even complex functions. However, robot programming is still time-consuming and neither intuitive or natural.
The invention is a task-teaching tool that greatly simplifies the programming process of robots in such a way that little technical expertise is necessary.
The tool supports intuitive teaching methods including kinesthetic feedback. With motion controllers, a guarantee for life-long learning and resilience can be provided by relying on algorithmic mechanisms that offer robustness even in rough working conditions (online adaptation to payload).
We are seeking companies focusing on automating their of production lines.
We are looking for new partners to aid us in the improvement of our system, Proof of Concept testing, and eventual certification.