Yaskawa Motoman

Working with Yaskawa Motoman, robotics researchers aim to improve the utility and performance of flexible motion systems by enabling high-speed precision manipulation through advanced control methods. To mitigate the undesirable effects of vibration, these systems are often operated well below their capable operating speeds, limiting efficiency and hindering functionality. 

IRIM researchers develop new applications for two-armed manipulation systems for manufacturing, logistics and service industries, especially in Robot Operating System (ROS)-Industrial efforts, a free, open-source, BSD-licensed software library that extends the advanced capabilities of the software.