The Reflexxes Motion Libraries are designed to achieve new opportunities in sensor-based motion control opening the door to new applications, synchronized electrical drive control, safe human-robot interaction, and advanced robot motion capabilities. The three key features of these libraries are:
- Jerk-limited robot motions can be calculated from arbitrary initial states of motion (i.e., during any motion).
- New motions are calculated within one low-level control cycle (typically within one millisecond or less).
- The interface is very simple and clear, such that it can easily be integrated in existing systems.
All these features let robots and mechanical systems instantaneously react to unforeseen events and enable advanced opportunities for sensor-based robot motion control.
- Download and Build Instructions
- References to All Classes of the Reflexxes API
- Getting Started — Simple Examples
- Description of Input Values
- Description of Output Values
- Safety: Three Layers of Error Handling
- Real-Time Behavior
- Synchronization Behavior
- Overview About the Source Code
- Contact Information
This is the documentation of the Type II Reflexxes Motion Library Version 1.2 (February 2012).