Tasks are written in our EcScript language, which allows the user to create tasks relative to object poses rather than programming waypoints. This includes local and global path planning. Simulation in Actin Viewer allows the developer to verify the solution before integration with hardware. The tasks created during simulation are directly useable in the real-time system on hardware - and the tasks can adjust motion according to a dynamic environment - a significant improvement over off-line programming.
Actin offers deployment tools to package the run time components, drivers and task scripts into a single, installable package. Interfaces to popular free monitoring tools, such as Prometheus, are provided to monitor the run-time performance of the system once deployed.
The Actin UR dev environment includes example projects that you can use to start your own application development. This includes sample tasks suitable for inspection, welding, dispensing, and dynamic pick and place. We also include examples of how to integrate computer vision with motion control to dynamically update the pose of target objects in the environment.
In addition to EcScript, Actin UR provides a gRPC interface to the run time controller so that you can interface your existing applications with Actin using the language of your choice, including C++, C#, Python, and Java.
Dynamic Pick and Place
Our proven process, used on industrial and commercial robot projects for years, is now available through an integrated set of components that make up the Actin UR SDK.
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