Vorträge und Posterpräsentationen (mit Tagungsband-Eintrag):

G. Biegelbauer, M. Vincze:
"Robust and fully Automated Robotic Bore Inspection for High Variant Parts";
Vortrag: IEEE International Workshop on Robotic Sensing: Robotics in Automotive Industry (ROSE), Graz; 24.05.2004 - 25.05.2004; in: "Proceedings ROSE'04", (2004), S. 9 - 13.

Kurzfassung englisch:
Bores and internal threads are critical parts of
connections, bearings and engines, hydraulic and pneumatic
systems and defective bore surfaces can cause problems. Project
FibreScope sets out to introduce a system for automated bore
surface inspection. Current systems miss a high flexibility or are
mainly driven by human interaction and control. Therefore the
main target of this work is to develop an automatic robotic system
for rapid and flexible 100% surface inspection of bores with
diameters from 4 to 50mm. The main focus is to automatically
detect and localize bores on arbitrary metallic objects. Using a
laser scanner range images are taken, the bore is automatically
located, and an automatic endoscopic inspection with a vision
system is started. The main focus is on easy operating of the
system achieved with rapid programming for the user. The paper
will describe the fully automated system and presents first results
of the experiments and a public long-term demonstration (4 days)
during an industrial fair.

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