Agile Manufacturing with Industrial Robotics

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In this video, we will demonstrate how ADI Trinamic motion control technology, a powerless absolute multiturn encoder, and a depth-sensing camera can be integrated to create a smart and robust robotic system. You will see how these technologies enable the robotic system to:

  • Control a motor with precision and ease using the pan drive solution, which integrates ADI Trinamic motor control technology. You will see how the motor operates with position control.
  • Recover from power-loss events without rehoming or external limit switches using the ADMT4000 encoder, which is a novel device that can measure the absolute position of a shaft over 46 turns or 16,540 degrees without any power supply. You will see how this encoder simplifies the mechatronic design and control of the robotic system, and how it maintains the true position of the shaft even without power.
  • Perform vision and perception tasks on the edge processor using the ADTF3175 camera, which is a depth-sensing device that can capture both infrared and depth information from the scene. You will see how this camera eliminates the need for additional external processing units and how it enhances the perception capabilities of the robotic system.

After watching the video, hopefully you will get an understanding on how innovative technologies from ADI can help you create more intelligent and reliable robotic systems.

Agile Manufacturing with Industrial Robotics

0001-01-01
In this video, we will demonstrate how ADI Trinamic motion control technology, a powerless absolute multiturn encoder, and a depth-sensing camera can be integrated to create a smart and robust robotic system. You will see how these technologies enable the robotic system to:
  • Control a motor with precision and ease using the pan drive solution, which integrates ADI Trinamic motor control technology. You will see how the motor operates with position control.
  • Recover from power-loss events without rehoming or external limit switches using the ADMT4000 encoder, which is a novel device that can measure the absolute position of a shaft over 46 turns or 16,540 degrees without any power supply. You will see how this encoder simplifies the mechatronic design and control of the robotic system, and how it maintains the true position of the shaft even without power.
  • Perform vision and perception tasks on the edge processor using the ADTF3175 camera, which is a depth-sensing device that can capture both infrared and depth information from the scene. You will see how this camera eliminates the need for additional external processing units and how it enhances the perception capabilities of the robotic system.

After watching the video, hopefully you will get an understanding on how innovative technologies from ADI can help you create more intelligent and reliable robotic systems.