Industrial robotics applications
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An engineer's guide to industrial robot designs
As robots are becoming more crucial in factories, it is important that they become more intelligent, autonomous, safer and efficient. All of this is enabled with technologies such as precise motor control, advanced sensing technologies and processing at the edge, all with robust real-time communication.
Control position, torque and speed of the synchronized axis within your robot, CNC, and servo drive control module systems in harsh industrial environments with hard real time communication and high EMC immunity all while using best-in class isolation technology.
Enable higher efficiency and throughput in logistics centers to take them to the next level. Achieve an accurate sensing of obstacles in highly crowded logistic centers using TI's mmWave or time-of-flight (TOF) sensing technologies.
Various sensor solutions, such as time-of-flight (TOF) or mmWave to optimize your SLAM (Simultaneous Localization and Mapping) performance. Small and efficient motor drive to increase robot autonomy.
TI Robotics System Learning Kit MAX (TI-RSLK MAX)
The TI-RSLK product family includes a series of low-cost robotics kits and classroom curriculum that provide educators and students with hands-on, customizable options for learning embedded systems design.
The TI-RSLK MAX comes with 20 learning modules covering core to supplemental topics with lecture videos, lab demonstrations, quizzes and classroom activities. The curriculum is targeted to teach embedded systems and applications and can be expanded and used in a variety of engineering classes at any level along a college student’s learning journey.
From traditional industrial robotic systems to today’s latest collaborative robots (or “cobots”), robots rely on sensors that generate increasingly massive volumes of highly varied data. Learn more...
An introduction to industrial robots, specifically robot control units. Covering some important applications and system technologies that can help understand how industrial robots control units are architected.
Robotics sense and avoid demonstration using TI mmWave sensors
Isolation in industrial robot systems
Real-time control with C2000 high-performance MCUs