|Speed:||Axis speed from 102°/s (A2) to 322°/s (A6)|
Electromechanical, with transistor-controlled AC servomotors
Controller Model: KR C2 with Ethernet Remote Sensor Interface (RSI)
KUKA Roboter GmbH
KUKA KR 60-3
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|Application Field:||Space Robotics|
Innovatice technologies for relative navigation and capture (05.2009- 03.2012)
Adaptive Robot Control using Optimization
|This system is not actively used anymore.|
KUKA is a 6-degree-of-freedom industrial robotic arm. The arm has 6 degrees of freedom allowing position and orientation control of the end-effector. Movements can be performed manually with the controller. A program with a planned trajectory can be written with KUKA’s Robotic Language (KRL). The movements can also be controlled by an external computer thanks to the Ethernet interface (RSI). The arm is used in the project INVERITAS to hold a client satellite.
Inveritas: Relative navigation and capture
Prototypic realization of a Rendez-Vous and Capture (RvC) system
Inveritas: On orbit servicing test facility
Autonomous reaction of the CableRobot to the movement of the robotic arm.