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Educational Robotics in leisure activities
Erbes, Oliver ; Tocháček, Daniel (advisor) ; Lapeš, Jakub (referee)
This bachelor's thesis focuses on the preparation and organization of activities in facilities providing leisure activities and youth education in hobby departments. The aim of the work is to create a set of tasks related to the robotic set VEX, which will then be verified by students in leisure activities and subsequently analyse their output.. In the theoretical part we aim for a suitable definition of basic concepts of robotics, educational robotics, basic pedagogical methods for this type of robotic teaching, basics of algorithms, familiarization with other robotic sets and a description of the selected kit. KEYWORDS Educational robotics, robotics, VEX, set of tasks, education
Complex design of watering mobile robot
Podolinský, Ondřej ; Marcián, Petr (referee) ; Krejsa, Jiří (advisor)
This master’s thesis deals with a design of an irrigation mobile robot. It contains a review of modern irrigations systems and their characteristics. The thesis defines optimal fields of activity of robotics irrigation systems and presents a theoretical solution for one of them. The system draft of the irrigation mobile robot is designed on the foundation of the theoretical solution and it utilizes an available platform. The thesis contains details about the integration of partial sections of the project as well as testing.
Analysis of risks of digitisation of production in an industrial enterprise
Vínovský, Jan ; Polzer, Aleš (referee) ; Rozehnalová, Jana (advisor)
Industry 4.0 is also currently known as the "fourth industrial revolution" or the "digitization of industrial production." Like other industrial revolutions that have already taken place during human development, the latest brings a large number of changes and new methods or technologies that aim to facilitate and make human work as efficient as possible. The final work explains what the "fourth industrial revolution" is, its basic principles and methods that are already used today. Furthermore, this work examines the extent to which Industry 4.0 is introduced in the Czech Republic, the EU and the world, and how it is regulated through legislative frameworks. An analysis was then created focusing on the risks incurred and proposing a solution.
Design of the production concept of the part "Rear wheelhouse outside left of the AU40x" at the AUDI Neckarsulm plant
Navrátil, Tomáš ; Málek, Ondřej (referee) ; Simeonov, Simeon (advisor)
The aim of the bachelor’s thesis is the design and description of the operation of an automated line producing the outer wheelhouse for the left side of the rear part of an Audi AU40x car. Furthermore, a virtual commissioning of 3D model of a cell with a welding station, which is the first part of the line. Siemens Process Simulate is used for this.
Design of a robotic workplace
Jaša, Lukáš ; Řiháček, Jan (referee) ; Štroner, Marek (advisor)
The bachelor thesis is focused on the design of a robotic workplace. In the initial phase, the input requirements of the workplace are defined, according to which the final design must be processed. Furthermore, the text contains a recherche of the current state of robotization. The third chapter is generally composed of four variants of different workplace designs. In the first of these four variants, all components are described in detail, which are also included in the remaining three designs. This variation was chosen as the most suitable possible solution. The reasons why this workplace is considered to be the most ideal are also described in detail in the chapter. In general, the robotic workplace is designed for welding steel frames of power generators. All manipulation is ensured by a welding robot together with a positioner. The operation of the entire robotized complex is performed by only one operator. In the fourth chapter, in addition to the reasons for choosing the most suitable variant, all weld lengths on the frame are calculated together with the time of complete manipulation and welding time. It also shows the time for which the designed manipulator is able to make the final product in the form of a weldment. The time for which the frame was manufactured by hand welding is also given for interest. The given results show a clear increase in production productivity in the designed workplace.
Robots of the present and the future
Rehák, Jozef ; Langerová, Petra (referee) ; Jašková, Jana (advisor)
Tato semestrální práce je zaměřena na téma robotů současnosti a budoucnosti. Cílem práce je seznámit čtenáře s roboty a teoreticky popsat stav robotů v současnosti a předpovědi pro budoucnost robotiky. Na začátku práce je stručně popsaná historie robotů a vysvětluje jméno, které dostali. Následně je popsán současný stav robotiky, a roboti jsou rozděleni do skupin, které nejlépe odpovídají jejich schopnostem. Dále spolu s technologickou Singularitou jsou diskutovány předpovědi budoucnosti robotiky. Tyto diskutované předpovědi navíc ukazují potenciál robotiky stát se součástí samotné existence lidí tím, že se lidé stanou kyborgem nebo jsi digitalizují mysl a nahrají ji do cloudu. Tímto způsobem je prezentována možnost nesmrtelnosti nebo alespoň prodloužení životnosti. Na závěr práce je uveden možný první příklad produktu budoucnosti, který se bude hromadně vyrábět.
Lab Automation with SCARA Robot
Machala, Jan ; Lang, Stanislav (referee) ; Matoušek, Radomil (advisor)
The aim of this thesis is to design and program a robotic cell for processing Covid-19 laboratory samples. To prevent the leakage of hazardous substances into the environment, the entire robotic cell is restricted to the space of a laminar box. The Epson LS3-B SCARA robot was chosen for handling the tubes. The robotic cell was designed using a digital twin in the simulation environment of Epson RC+ software. The digital twin facilitated the prototyping of the robot end effector and helped to detect any collisions that may have occurred in the confined space. After successful design using the digital twin, this robot cell was assembled and tested in a real-world environment.
Simulation of Unmanned Aircrafts in a Virtual Environment
Lindtner, David ; Lázna, Tomáš (referee) ; Gábrlík, Petr (advisor)
The master thesis deals with the issue of simulation of unmanned aircraft missions in a virtual environment. The aim of the work is to demonstrate basic and more advanced autonomous aerial missions in the simulated environment Gazebo - ROS 2. The work emphasizes the stability of the software solution and the stability of the communication between critical components of the aerial mission.
Upward view as a sensor in mobile robotics
Musílek, Jan ; Iša, Jiří (advisor) ; Krajíček, Václav (referee)
The use of a wide spectrum of sensors is an inherent aspect of mobile robotics. This work examines nontraditional use of the camera, directed vertically upwards, as a sensor for orienting in space. It describes various objects that can be detected in the camera image, focusing on so-called points of interest, and their pairing between two images. Based on the approximate solution of a system of linear equations, we provide information on the relative and absolute position of the robot. The work provides analysis of pairs of images, differing only the robot's rotation in place over various angles. The goal was to demonstrate the possibility of substitution of the electronic compass in cases of strong electromagnetic inter ference. Data from the image analysis was compared with that from the compass, allowing determination of the accuracy of the proposed method. The result is that upward view can be indeed used as a replacement for the electronic compass. Additionally, several modifications to the images are proposed. We examine impact of these modification on the accuracy of the suggested method. Finally, attention is given to the robotic platform on which the experiments were carried out, and the results of the measurements are interpreted.
Mobile robot control
Franěk, Dominik ; Slušný, Stanislav (advisor) ; Kudová, Petra (referee)
The goal of this work is design and realization of an autonomous mobile robot, capable of navigation and map creation, using stereoscopic camera and robotic operation system ROS. ** This is an added text for reaching minimal length needed for uploading into information system. **

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