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Programming of an Educational Robotic Manipulator
Lichosyt, David ; Burian, František (referee) ; Lázna, Tomáš (advisor)
The thesis in theoretical part is about inner arrangement of ROS platform and principles behind ROS Industrial, Moveit and image processing. In its practical part is this theoretical knowledge applied on robotic manipulator Fanuc LR Mate 200iD/4S, its controller Fanuc 30iB Mate and industrial camera to create system for moving pieces across the board like in game name checkers.
Hardware for car telemetric data collection
Musil, Tomáš ; Burian, František (referee) ; Ligocki, Adam (advisor)
The aim of the work is to design and implement a unit for collecting telemetry data from a Škoda Felicia passenger car. The work first deals with a search of available single-chip microcontrollers available on the market. Then by designing the hardware with the selected microcontroller and also creating a protocol for transferring data from that hardware to an external information unit. Before the actual implementation of the hardware, the work deals with the creation of an artificial data source for testing the proposed protocol. The last point is the implementation of hardware and subsequent implementation of software providing data collection. This is made possible partly by external sensors and also by the implemented communication with the car unit via the communication protocol KW-1281.
Infotainment unit for car
Musil, Roman ; Burian, František (referee) ; Ligocki, Adam (advisor)
The aim of this thesis is to design device which extended functionalities of on-board computer. The thesis first deals research of available single board computers and then selecting the appropriate touch screen, then analyzing the communication protocol which is used to communication between devices. Further, the thesis deals design architecture of system, creating a graphic interface and archiving telemetry data. Subsequently, deals creation of an interface that allows the visualization of archived data on a desktop computer. And finally, the implementation of online vehicle monitoring through the GSM module. The conclusion summarizes obtained information and the results achieved.
Industry 4.0 planner
Kubásek, Martin ; Chromý, Adam (referee) ; Burian, František (advisor)
This thesis deals with the design of manufacturing planner for Industry 4.0 testbed. Before design the terms Industry 4.0, MES, ERP are explained. Then the problems concerning this testbed are explained and a possible solution is shown. This solution was supplied as part of the assignment. Planner was made around this solution and its structure and algorithms were shown. Planner is written as a C# application, which generates manufacturing plan from MES input data. This input data is downloaded through REST connection, output is saved to a JSON file. Finally, the results of this planner are shown as a report in xlsx table. The planner can successfully generate a manufacturing plan for Industry 4.0 testbed.
Sketchup visualization of statrionery robots
Iutkin, Egor ; Lázna, Tomáš (referee) ; Burian, František (advisor)
Práce je zaměřena na vytvoření jednoduchého vizualizačního nástroje pro robotický manipulátor v softwaru SketchUp. Trojrozměrné rozhraní softwaru se používá k vizualizaci pohybu virtuálního robota pod kontrolou externí aplikace (zpočátku pod kontrolou reálného robota), která využívá sadu protokolů TCP / IP ke sledování polohy robota. Komunikace s projektem ve programu probíhá pomocí SketchUp API rozhraní, které umožnují komunikovat s projektem prostřednictvím zdrojového kódu Ruby. Hodnoty úhlů jednotlivých robotický kloubů jsou interpretovány ve formě parametrický pohyb virtuálního robota. Aplikace klient-server-klient je vytvořena v C++, C# a Ruby pomocí síťových soketů. Sokety se používají k navázání TCP spojení v lokální síti. Plugin Ruby, který poskytuje komunikační rozhraní, v aplikaci se chová jako první klient. Vlastní aplikace C # funguje jako druhý klient, nazývaný „řídicí klient“, poskytuje uživatelské rozhraní pro konfiguraci připojení k serveru a nastavení jednotlivých úhlů kloubů virtuálního robota. Komunikaci mezi dvěma klienty zajišťuje C++ TCP server (konzolová aplikace). Server získává data z řídicího klienta a předává je na stranu Ruby.
Multipoint identification of position and orientation of object
Řičánek, Dominik ; Ligocki, Adam (referee) ; Burian, František (advisor)
The goal of this paper is to find a good method to determine the pose of two, mutually rotated, objects and to try and implement it first in C++ without the usage of any external libraries and then in Kuka Robot Language (KRL). First we are going to look at two different approaches to solving this problem: The Iterative Closest Point algorithm (ICP) and the Kabsch Algorithm. From them one is going to be chosen and a program will be build around it. Following its implementation, the algorithm’s precision is going to be tested. Finally KRL will be briefly introduced and the various problems involving transition of the algorithm from C++ to KRL will be talked about.
Visualisation of stationery robot in C#/WPF
Doležal, Milan ; Chromý, Adam (referee) ; Burian, František (advisor)
This bachelor thesis deals with visualisation and simulation of stationery robot in programming language C# and WPF platform. In this thesis a DLL file was made with use of Helix Toolkit library for parametric manipulation of stationery robot. Then for testing purposes was made a application which can parametrically change values of robot joints. Protocol bridge is TCP/IP client which gets XML data from Kuka KRC6 sixx robot.
Optimization of 3D surface model merging from computational time perspective
Regec, Martin ; Burian, František (referee) ; Chromý, Adam (advisor)
The point of the work is connecting of partial 3D models of surface, which are overlapped in a certain area to a final whole model. The intention of the work is creation of algorithm that is fast enough and reliable enough to connecting partial 3D models and that can become a part of application RoScan Analyzer. In the introduction of the practical part of the work, we sum up problems of the work that we are keeping on. In the next part, the solution and implementation are suggested. In the last part, the outcome of the algorithm is veryfied. Implementation is written in Microsoft .NET Standard.
Uninterruptible power supply for Robotics
Kejík, Petr ; Ligocki, Adam (referee) ; Burian, František (advisor)
This Bachelor thesis deals with the design and construction of a DC power supply unit with the possibility of battery backup power. The device in intended as an uninterruptible power supply for robotic devices. Thanks to its modularity it can also be used to power other small appliances and it can be easily expanded with more functions. In the designed configuration, the device contains two identical output modules, which together provide four independent power outputs. The power output voltages are adjustable in the range of 3–20 V, with a maximum considered continues current of 6 A. Digital control of modules and monitoring of critical parameters is procured through two Atmel ATmega32U4 microcontrollers placed on separate main board. Configuration and communication with the device it self is done via a local user interface (display and keyboard) and USB port (virtual seriál interface). Main power supply is provided by means of an external commercial DC power source producing voltage in the range of 30–38 V. Backup operation is secured from a 24V lead-acid battery, which is also recharged in normal conditions
Automated classification cell
Lahoda, Vlastimil ; Chromý, Adam (referee) ; Burian, František (advisor)
To optimize production at Tyco Electronics Czech s.r.o. I designed and implemented an automated classification cell with a collaborative manipulator Universal Robots UR5e and a Cognex camera system. The classification cell is supposed to pick up the loose parts and then optically test them, sorting the parts into output binders following the inspection results. First of all, I had to learn programming language for Universal Robots manipulators and Cognex vision system. Next step was to design and draw an electrical diagram. According to the diagram, I connected the cabinet and other peripherals. I also programmed an algorithm controlling the manipulator arm and inspecting of both cameras. Finally, I successfully tested the functionality of the entire classification cell.

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