The objective of this paper is to develop an appropriate methodology with open architecture for real-time monitoring and remote control of networked mobile robot. An integrated product data model and the related configuration management methods are generated. Within the context, this paper presents a new enabling technology to bring traditional robotic tools on-line with combined monitoring and control capability. Under a hybrid architecture of Web browser/server and client/server, an application system is presented to manipulate the wheeled mobile robot data and to carry out a variety of assembly functions. Issues such as architecture design, methodology development, and prototype implementation are addressed through a component assembly case study. Finally, a CORBA stands-based integration framework is proposed to achieve interoperability among multiple data and application objects over the Internet.
|Journal||International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology|
|Publication status||Published - 2013|
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- component assembly
- configuration management
- remote control
- virtual reality
- wheeled mobile robot
Liang, J. S., Chao, K-M., & Ivey, P. (2013). VR-based wheeled mobile robot in application of remote real-time assembly. International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology, 64(9-12), 1765-1779. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00170-012-4140-1