Robotics Lab

RODYMAN

RODYMAN

  • 21-degree-of-freedom (DoF) humanoid- like robot
  • Omnidirectional mobile platform
  • Two SCHUNK LWA 4P arms with 6 DoFs each
  • The seventh joint of each arm, required to add human-like redundancy, is provided by a SCHUNK PRL-100 integrated into the shoulder
  • Two motors to actuate the torso and one for the pan-tilt neck
  • Two standard PCs are located in the base: one is a QNX-based PC used for real-time and low-level of the motors and the implementation of safety procedures: while the second one is a Linux-based PC used for perception and high-level planning and control algorithms
 

KUKA LBR IV

KUKA LBR IV

  • Payload of 7 kg
  • 7-degrees-of-freedom robot
  • In-line wrist variant
  • Mounting flange DIN ISO 9409-1-A 50
  • Any mounting position available
  • Repeatability (ISO 9283) of 0.05 mm
  • KR C2 lr controller
  • Weight of about 16 kg excluding the controller
 

KUKA IIWA

KUKA IIWA

  • Payload of 7 kg
  • 7-degrees-of-freedom robot
  • In-line wrist variant
  • Mounting flange DIN ISO 9409-1-A 50
  • Any mounting position available
  • Repeatability (ISO 9283) of 0.1 mm
  • KUKA Sunrise Cabinet
  • Weight of about 22 kg excluding the controller
 

SVH SCHUNK HAND

SVH SCHUNK HAND

  • Payload of 7 kg
  • 7-degrees-of-freedom robot
  • In-line wrist variant
  • Mounting flange DIN ISO 9409-1-A 50
  • Any mounting position available
  • Repeatability (ISO 9283) of 0.05 mm
  • KR C2 Ir controller
  • Weight of about 16 kg excluding the controller
 

MERO HAND

MERO HAND

  • Weight of about 336 g
  • 16-degrees-of-mobility
  • 2 motors
  • Tendon actuation
  • 3D printed
  • Arduino UNO microcontroller
 

PRISMA HAND II

PRISMA HAND II

  • Weight of about 336 g
  • 18-degrees-of-mobility
  • 3 motors
  • Tendon actuation
  • 3D printed
  • Arduino UNO microcontroller
  • Tactile sensors at the fingertips
  • Motor position sensors
 

XSENS MVN MOTION CAPTURE SUITE

XSENS MVN MOTION CAPTURE SUITE

  • Weight of about 1.9 kg
  • MTx inertial and magnetic measurement units
  • 3D gyroscopes, 3D accelerometers and 3D magnetometers
  • Body worn sensors on shoulders, sternum, head, arm, forearm and hand
  • Two Xbus Masters handle the wireless communication with the PC and synchronize all sensor
  • Real-time frequency of maximum sampling rate of 120Hz
  • Dedicated software (MVN Studio Software)
 

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PRISMA Lab - Via Claudio 21, 80125 Napoli, Italy

COORDINATOR: Prof. Bruno Siciliano [bruno (dot) siciliano (at) unina (dot) it]