The functions of this laboratory facilitate research into: 

 Artificial vision

  • State-of-the art 2D/3D vision equipment , including 2D cameras, RGB-D cameras, structured light scanners, laser triangulators, photometric stereo system, optics, illuminators, etc. used for both dimensional and surface inspection applications.
  • Flexible test bench with high-speed linear car for rapid prototyping of inspection lines using different artificial vision equipment.
  • Articulated robot arms which are used for applications for inspection and process control: Universal Robots, Kuka IIWA, Kuka LWR 4+

Virtual and augmented reality

  • Immersive virtual/augmented reality helmets including Hololens, HTC Vive and Oculus Rift equipment.
  • Projection mapping systems which enable projection on 3D surfaces in real time to assist in assembly processes. 
  • Movement capture equipment to natural Human Computer Interaction
  • Optical tracking systems with 6 degrees of freedom.

 Smart manufacturing

  • Cyber-Physical Production Systems (CPPS) for collection and analysis of data in real time from different fieldbuses.
  • Configurable secured industrial network to enable testing different production scenarios.
  • Semi-real manufacturing environments which implement discrete and continuous processes, including sensor systems and control via PLCs (Beckhoff, Siemens, Phoenix, B&R, etc.).
  • HPC High performance computing equipment to test distributed computing environments (On premise, Edge or Cloud).

Parque Científico y Tecnológico de Gipuzkoa,
Paseo Mikeletegi 57,
20009 Donostia / San Sebastián (Spain)

+(34) 943 309 230

Zorrotzaurreko Erribera 2, Deusto,
48014 Bilbao (Spain)

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