Path Planning for Industrial Robots Working Collaboratively on a Task

This research is part of my Master’s thesis.


To develop offline-coordination planning techniques for multi-robot systems with partially shared workspaces that enables them to allocate and perform manufacturing tasks in a time-effective and computationally efficient manner.

Workspace of a 5R Industrial Robot
2nd Robot Performing the Rasters Alone (from two different views)
Tabu Search Algorithm for Task Division
Complete Path Planning for Two 3P Robots

The path planning technique developed and simulated led to a massive 60% improvement in production efficiency for various industrial automation applications such as welding, painting, material handling, and manufacturing operations.

This was a rather quick overview of the research. I did not put in a lot of equations, methodology or anything to not make it look too complex. If you are interested in learning more about this research, drop me an email and I can send you the full thesis. I also have got some even cooler animations that I can share with you.

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