At only 38 kg and approximately the size of a small human, YuMi® is quickly and easily installed on the production line to work hand-in-hand with a human colleague. Lead-through programming means YuMi® can be taught a process by being physically guided through it, eliminating the need for complex, time-consuming code-based instruction.• Can operates equally effectively side-by-side or face-to-face with human coworkers.• Servo grippers (the “hands”) include options for built-in cameras• Real-time algorithms set a collision-free path for each arm customized for the required task.• Padding protects coworkers in high-risk areas by absorbing force if contact is made.• If the robot encounters an unexpected object – even a slight contact with a coworker – it can pause its motion within milliseconds, and the motion can be restarted again as easily as pressing play on a remote control.• Pinch points have been eliminated or minimized to an acceptable level between moving parts, and between moving and stationary parts.
Dear TERRINet applicants and future users,
we sincerely hope that you are staying safe in these challenging times that we are facing at the moment. The current emergency due to the COVID-19 pandemic has deeply changed our lives. The recent and progressive lock-down forced us to reorganize our working routines in smart working modalities and to shut down the TERRINet infrastructures. Therefore, we regret to inform you that Trans-National Access has been suspended until further notice.
However, we would like to reassure you that we will keep evaluating the proposals submitted for Trans-National Access regularly. Indeed, despite access cannot be allowed for a while, the selected users will be queued and access will take over gradually as soon as the situation will allow it. We also inform you that a special application mechanism has been settled in TERRINet to mitigate the delays that will occur due to the COVID-19.
The Open Call no. 4 is currently open: we are accepting proposals under the new mechanism called "first come, first served". Proposals are directly forwarded to the evaluation panel as soon as they are submitted. Proposals submitted closer to the deadline will be dispatched after that. The deadline for the Open Call n.4 will be on May 31, 2020.
Do not hesitate! Get this unique opportunity to be granted with fully-covered access (including travel and accommodation costs) to 15 leading European robotics labs and 100+ best robotic platforms and to get in touch with leading robotic experts.
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