Jul 22, 2019
First briefing session on the operation of collaborative robots (UR3e model robots manufactured by Universal Robots)
- Monday, July 29, 2019, from 15:00 (approx. 30 minutes)
- Room 202, Nuclear System Safety Engineering and System Safety Building
- Please contact Prof. Tadachika Nakayama (firstname.lastname@example.org) by July 26.
Mr. Hironari Sugiyama, student in the year GD3 of the WISE Program
Mr. Ken Katagiri, a student in the year GD1 of the WISE Program
Students in the WISE Program and their academic advisors (3–4 sessions of this briefing will be held in this academic year. If there are many candidates, the number of participants will be limited.)
These days, collaborative robots, which can work together with people, attract much public attention. For example, in Huis Ten Bosch theme park, robots cook and humans sell Takoyaki. A representative company in this field is the Danish company called Universal Robots (UR). In this briefing session, the lecturers will demonstrate the basic operations of the robots (UR3e) manufactured by UR.
The goal is that those who have never touched a robot can create a program in 30 minutes, which will allow the robot to hold a brush and practice calligraphy.
Please bring your notebook, a writing utensil, digital camera, and smartphone, for example. No advanced preparation is required.