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The impact of changing collaborative workplace parameters on assembly operation efficiency
Klemen Kovič, Aljaž Javernik, Robert Ojsteršek, Iztok Palčič, 2024, original scientific article

Abstract: Human–robot collaborative systems bring several benefits in using human and robot capabilities simultaneously. One of the critical questions is the impact of these systems on production process efficiency. The search for high-level efficiency is severely dependent on collaborative robot characteristics and motion parameters, and the ability of humans to adjust to changing circumstances. Therefore, our research analyzes the effect of the changing collaborative robot motion parameters, acoustic parameters and visual factors in a specific assembly operation, where efficiency is measured through operation times. To conduct our study, we designed a digital twin-based model and a laboratory environment experiment in the form of a collaborative workplace. The results show that changing the motion, acoustic and visual parameters of the collaborative workplace impact the assembly process efficiency significantly.
Keywords: collaborative robot, collaborative workplace, digital twin, assembly operation, efficiency
Published in DKUM: 26.02.2024; Views: 218; Downloads: 5
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