COROMA project researchers from The University of Sheffield, University of Nantes, KTH, ENSA, Europe Technologies, Soraluce and IDEKO attended a training session on Stäubli robots from 6th to 10th of March in Stäubli facilities in Faverges, France. The objective of the training program is to share with all partners knowledge in robotics, expertise on hardware and software used for Stäubli robots, and how to connect robot with machines among others. The training program was fully adapted to the COROMA project and partners needs, and gave them the opportunity to share knowledge and experiences on robot programming, force control and robotic machining.
Stäubli is one of the largest robot manufacturers in Europe and will participate in the integration of all the COROMA modules in a single robot platform, leading the definition of robotic requirements , and will provide the necessary support to the partners developing the individual COROMA modules, for the integration of the developments in Stäubli robots. Stäubli will make two industrial robots available to the project consortium, with controllers and software as a unified platform for the demonstrator stage.