Automated Assembly Using 3D and 2D Cameras
Abstract2D and 3D computer vision systems are frequently being used in automated production to detect and determine the position of objects. Accuracy is important in the production industry, and computer vision systems require structured environments to function optimally. For 2D vision systems, a change in surfaces, lighting and viewpoint angles can reduce the accuracy of a method, maybe even to a degree that it will be erroneous, while for 3D vision systems, the accuracy mainly depends on the 3D laser sensors. Commercially available 3D cameras lack the precision found in high-grade 3D laser scanners, and are therefore not suited for accurate measurements in industrial use. In this paper, we show that it is possible to identify and locate objects using a combination of 2D and 3D cameras. A rough estimate of the object pose is first found using a commercially available 3D camera. Then, a robotic arm with an eye-in-hand 2D camera is used to determine the pose accurately. We show that this increases the accuracy to
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Kleppe, A.L.; Bjørkedal, A.; Larsen, K.; Egeland, O. Automated Assembly Using 3D and 2D Cameras. Robotics 2017, 6, 14.
Kleppe AL, Bjørkedal A, Larsen K, Egeland O. Automated Assembly Using 3D and 2D Cameras. Robotics. 2017; 6(3):14.Chicago/Turabian Style
Kleppe, Adam L.; Bjørkedal, Asgeir; Larsen, Kristoffer; Egeland, Olav. 2017. "Automated Assembly Using 3D and 2D Cameras." Robotics 6, no. 3: 14.
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