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Simulation for designing industrial cobotic systems

Abstract : Cobotics refers to the design, production, study, and use of work systems in which one or more operator(s) interact(s) with one or more robot(s) in a shared space or remotely. This type of system is increasingly present in industry. It aims to improve how things are produced in terms of performance and health/safety by drawing on the respective strengths of operators and robots. Cobotic systems (comprising the operator, robot and task/environment) cannot be designed and put into service without anticipating difficulties related to technical complexity, the use of the system, and the industrial process. With this in mind, this article proposes to design systems based on simulations using a interdiscipli-nary approach drawing on ergonomics, robotics and cognitive engineering.
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Théo Moulières-Seban, David Bitonneau, Jean-François Thibault, Jean-Marc Salotti, Bernard Claverie. Simulation for designing industrial cobotic systems. 30th International Seminar on Ergonomics, May 2017, Tarmow, Poland. ⟨10.21008/j.0239-9415.2016.072.01⟩. ⟨hal-01670161⟩



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