The Reflexxes Motion Libraries are designed to achieve new opportunities in sensor-based motion control opening the door to new applications, safe human-robot interaction, and advanced robot motion capabilities. The three key features of these libraries are:
Based on the Reflexxes framework, the following new motion control features can be realized with the Reflexxes Motion Libraries:
All these features let robots and mechanical systems instantaneously react to unforeseen events and enable new opportunities for sensor-based robot motion control — and and thus helping to realize new and advanced robot and motion control applications.
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Each Reflexxes Motion Library contains a set of On-Line Trajectory Generation (OTG) algorithms that are designed to control robots and mechanical systems in order to take advantage of the features above. A description is also provided in:
Opening the Door to New Sensor-based Robot Applications — The Reflexxes Motion Libraries.
In Proc. of the IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation, Shanghai, China, May 2011.
The difference between Type II and Type IV is the usage of jerk-limitation and the consideration of initial acceleration values in the Type IV library.
Input and output values of the position-based Type II On-Line Trajectory Generation algorithm.
Input and output values of the velocity-based Type II On-Line Trajectory Generation algorithm.
Input and output values of the position-based Type IV On-Line Trajectory Generation algorithm.
Input and output values of the velocity-based Type IV On-Line Trajectory Generation algorithm.
Further types are being developed and will be available in the future. An overview about all types of On-Line Trajectory Generation algorithms can be found in
On-Line Trajectory Generation in Robotic Systems.
Springer Tracts in Advanced Robotics, Vol. 58, Springer, January 2010.
This on-line documentation entirely describes the implementation of the Type II Reflexxes Motion Library.