A robot Hand without a robot Arm is most of the time useless. At Shadow we have a long history of interfacing different robot arms with our software and hardware. In the different projects we’ve run over the years, we’ve written software for arms from Universal Robot, Denso, Kuka, Staubli… We’ve also developed a few intriguing arms internally, from an arm actuated by air muscles to a lightweight arm that picks-up strawberries.
On this journey, we’ve learned a few things. Let me share a few tips on what it takes to write a good interface for a robot arm quickly.
Two easy steps to a powerful robot arm interface – Ugo Cupcic – Medium
This is a collaborative article written with the Remotive community.
At Remotive, we love productivity and doing things done. But we also think that it’s important to take time to disconnect and recharge!
Today, we are sharing some of our tips with you.
Because working remotely means working outside of the office and sometimes it can be difficult to know when to disconnect.
9 of our awesome members have put together their best tips to become a better remote worker.
We hope you will enjoy reading these tips. 🙂
9 Tips to disconnect and recharge for remote workers
At Shadow, we’re focusing on making complex robots intuitive to use. For that, we need very good path planning. There are plenty of amazing solutions out there, but we were recently faced with a project where those state of the art solutions just weren’t good enough for us. We needed a super fast planner that generated trajectories that “looked good”.
How we beat the state of the art in a week – Ugo Cupcic – Medium