Industrial robots in the hottest 5g era have enter

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Industrial robots in the 5g era have entered the empirical testing stage

(article source: Science and technology eye)

in order to meet the upcoming 5g era, Denso has begun to conduct empirical tests on industrial robots equipped with 5g communication systems in its automatic chemical plants. This technology is jointly researched and developed by the International Institute of electrical and communication basic technology, KDDI Co., Ltd., Kyushu University of technology, which can measure the tensile strength, specified non proportional elongation strength, elastic modulus, elongation and other mechanical properties of steel strands, KDDI comprehensive research institute, Kyushu Electric Equipment Company and other well-known research institutions and enterprises. On January 21, 2019, the empirical test was first launched in the huhata campus of Kyushu University of technology, and then transferred to the Kyushu factory for electrical installation on February 18

when introducing industrial robots into the factory, the robots also need to be configured and replaced while changing the process, which will naturally be accompanied by heavy and time-consuming work such as re laying the communication line of the control robot. And after the upgrading of the production line, when the robot is re running, it also needs to carry out precise and subtle debugging of the robot's action. These preparations will cause the factory to fall into operation and stop for a long time

after 5g technology is adopted, the wired lines in the factory will be replaced by mobile communication, which can also omit the steps of laying the necessary communication lines again. The special oil pump fully meets the requirements of the long-term fatigue test of the machine. At the same time, after the introduction of high-precision three-dimensional measurement sensor, the link of debugging robot action can be noticed. Therefore, it is necessary to pay attention to the sliding of each part, and the information captured by the sensor is transmitted in large quantities through 5g, so as to save labor and time costs, improve the flexibility of plant construction, and greatly shorten the time of plant shutdown caused by manufacturing process changes

this empirical test was carried out in the test area with a 5g base station in the 28ghz frequency band, according to Russian media reports. By connecting the high-precision cubic measurement sensor with the corresponding 5g port of the robot, the measurement data and control data can be transmitted through 5g, and then the robot can be controlled with high precision. It is reported that this test is also implemented as a 5g comprehensive empirical test project of the Ministry of general affairs of Japan

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