Holographic 6D Sensor Developed For Flexible and Adaptive Production
WiMi Hologram Cloud Inc., a global Hologram Augmented Reality (AR) Technology provider, has announced that more efforts would be put into the integration of worldwide information and the development of intelligent holographic 6D sensors.
Sensor technology has undergone many years of development and is generally divided into three generations in the industry. The first generation is structural sensors, which use changes in the number of structural parameters to convert into signals. The second generation is solid-state sensors, composed of solid components such as magnetic materials, dielectrics, and semiconductors. The third generation is intelligent sensors, which are currently used in many applications such as consumer electronics, intelligent robotics, automotive/industrial manufacturing, and medical devices.
WiMi’s holographic 6D sensor can accurately measure 3D orthogonal forces and 3D orthogonal moments in any direction in space: Fx, Fy, Fz, Mx, My, and Mz. The sensor is the highest dimensional force sensor, with rich force information, high measurement accuracy, and comprehensive force feedback.
Powerful Aid To Industrial Automation
WiMi’s 6D sensors provide precise ‘tactile’ sensing for industrial equipment or robots and are a powerful aid to industrial automation in intelligent manufacturing and robotic assembly scenarios. It can also solve the problems of collision detection, flexible dragging, precision control, and intelligent collaboration and is a core component for achieving flexible force control of industrial robots.
If deployed in intelligent manufacturing, the holographic 6D sensor can enhance the flexibility of joints, decouple the interference between forces and moments in each direction and make force measurement more accurate. Not only can the sensor accurately measure forces, but the user can also use the moment information to derive the attitude of the stressed part and to check that the moment is within safe limits.
The holographic 6D sensor is mounted on the end of the manipulator and can indicate the right size of force and stroke. In collision avoidance warning, the sensors provide early feedback to cut off power and avoid damage to people and equipment through holographic LiDAR and industrial cameras. It’s like holding an irregular screw in hand. The brain instructs executing it in the best and most comfortable route and angle and can calculate the estimated force. When the hand touches the screw, the sensor will give feedback on the sensation, prompting it to pick it up with the appropriate force to avoid injury.
Holographic 6D Sensor is the Tactile Nerve of the Robot
Combining holographic 6D sensors and industrial intelligence with holographic LiDAR can be applied to intelligent, flexible robot assembly operations. In addition, WiMi has been committed to the research and application of holographic technology and development with years of holographic digital technology reserve and is the leader in China’s holographic industry. WiMi has obtained over 1,000 holographic-related patents and deeply integrated holographic technology with various industries.
Holographic 6D sensors can be combined with artificial intelligence, holographic LiDAR, and industrial cameras, linking high-dimensional sensors and machine vision with precision force control technology to achieve motion path planning and force control to complete high-precision multi-environment precision operations, with high stability, continuous operation capability, and environmental adaptability. It can be used in various industries, such as force-controlled precision assembly, force-controlled precision grinding, crash testing, rehabilitation robots, and humanoid robots.
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