Software for Cooperative Robots

From Robotic System Design to Deployment, Actin Has You Covered

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The Actin® SDK can be used to create real-time controllers for robotic hardware, but that's not all. Actin's system tasking, control and simulation capabilities make up a framework that robotic system development teams can use throughout their development cycle. From testing  proof-of-concepts to commercial deployment, Actin provides serious development teams with the tools they need to build best-in-class robotic systems while reducing risk and cost. 


Step 1.  Design and Define Your System

  • Design your robot in CAD or as a simple kinematics model
  • Import the CAD model and configure the robot's environment
  • Configure the kinematics and dynamics model
 Converting SolidWorks Models
Converting SolidWorks Models
Import and Configure
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UR5 on Rail Machining Demo
Configure the Models

Step 2. Test & Validation

  • Tune the control system - select motion constraints and optimizations based on the tasks to perform and the obstacles in the workspace
  • Task the robotic system with Manipulation Director or EcScript
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Frame vs. Free Spin in Z
Tune the Control System
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Surgical Robotic Assistant
Task the Robotic System


Step 3. Deployment

  • Select or build the Actin transfer layer for your hardware components
  • Generate the Actin runtime controller
  • Create or integrate with your own custom HMI
  • Test and deploy
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Dynamic Pick and Place
Test and Deploy
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RDS Full System Test
Test and Deploy

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