RVT to debut collaborative robot vision software at Automate 2017
March 30, 2017
By Manufacturing AUTOMATION
Mar. 29, 2017 – Robotic Vision Technologies (RVT) has completed the software development of its collaborative 3D vision guidance software (cVF), set to debut at Automate 2017 on a Universal Robots’ UR5 controlling an OnRobot RG2 gripper.
The new cVF product will be on display performing several collaborative control functions at the RVT Automate Booth. The company says the cVF is particularly applicable to collaborative assembly, pick and place, handling and packaging. RVT believes it can bring a powerful impact to the emerging field of collaborative robots. “We’re anticipating strong demand of our 3D vision guided robotics software for collaborative robot solutions,” said Steve Baldacci, RVT chief marketing officer. “They are designed to combine the power of vision and collaborative robots and can be applied to a variety of applications. It’s a game-changer in the automation world.”
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