Robotnik, in collaboration with Gaitech and Smokie Robotics, has developed its new mobile manipulator called JR2. The new robot will be announced at the 2017 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA, May 29 to June 3, 2017 at Singapore). JR2 is an industrial grade Collaborative Mobile Manipulator and it’s fully autonomous and completely integrated. In this sense, its main advantages are: an integrated software, wide range of tutorials and examples in ROS software, omnidirectional base, competitive price and high speed. This innovating Collaborative Mobile Manipulator is specially designed for the development of industrial applications. JR2 is the ideal robot for logistics, industrial mobile manipulation: pick&place, pick&feed, fetch&carry, etc. JR2 has as base an omnidirectional platform using 4 high power motor wheels and is able to carry payloads up to 100 Kg. Furthermore, JR2 mounts a 6 DOF high quality industrial collaborative arm that can handle payloads up to 5 Kg (completely extended). The arm can mount almost any standard end effector, including 2/3 finger servo-grippers and range of cameras and sensors.
Technical specifications Platform Dimensions 800X550X420mm Weight 125 Kg Payload 100 Kg Speed 3 m/s Enclosure class IP 54 Autonomy 8 h. Batteries LiFePO4 15Ah@48V Traction motors 4x500W Temperature range 0º to 45º C Range Finders 10m / 20m (Optional)
Arm AUBO-I5 Weight 24 Kg. Payload 5 Kg. Reach 924,5 mm Gripper (Optional) WSG-50 Weight 1,15 Kg. Repeatability +-0,03 Strok per finger 55 mm
Control JR2 uses the ROS open architecture. The software of the robot includes a navigation system as well as an HMI for mission planning, diagnostics and remote control. The JR2 model is available in ROS including the completely configured MoveIt! Packages. For more information: JR2 Robotnik Automation, since 2002, has been established as a european reference company in mobile service robotics. Gaitech Technology is an innovative company focused on robotics and develop advanced products based on ROS. Smokie Robotics manufactures light-weight collaborative robot.
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