Generating Human Work Instructions from Assembly Plans

Authors: 
Kardos, Cs.; Kovács, A.; Pataki, B.E.; Váncza, J.
Publisher: 
28th International Conference on Automated Planning and Scheduling
Number, date: 
June 2018
Year: 
2018 (published)
Open access: 
Yes
Abstract: 
Despite enormous robotization efforts, most of the assembly process is still executed by human workforce in many industries performing the assembly of mechanical products. Therefore, a crucial component of any automated planning system in those applications is the worker instruction system that presents the automatically generated plans to human assembly workers. In case of complex products and processes, finding the most efficient presentation to workers with different skills and background is a great challenge. This paper proposes novel methods for generating context dependent, animated work instructions from automatically generated assembly plans. The proposed approach is demonstrated on an industrial case study that involves the manual assembly of an automotive supercharger.
SCI: 
No
Kiemelt: 
No
Pdf: 
No
Place of publication: 
Delft, Netherlands https://bit.ly/2xRKwch