CTAG will develop new robotic solutions for manual tasks within the TRAINMAN-MAGOS Project

Although the use of industrial robotics in the automotive industry is mainstream, there are still parts of the production process which need human intervention, especially in manipulating fragile parts or while assembling components which demand increased dexterity. These manual tasks increase the production time and reduce the flexibility of the production line and the quality of the end product. TRAINMAN-MAGOS aims to deal with this challenge by providing a novel, agile and flexible solution.

CTAG, together with the Greek company Quanta and Qualia, will develop an innovative solution that will make it possible to optimize the robotic programming of complex trajectories carried out by the hand of the operator. It will also improve ergonomics by eliminating operations with high muscle loads due to complex movements.

TRINITY is funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under Grant agreement No 825196

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TRINITY

For more information on the project, visit https://trinityrobotics.eu/