This paper presents a control system to assemble hybrid micro-components with a micro-factory. The system is based on image processing techniques that feed relevant information to an automata based control sub-system. The scene containing the micro-components that must be assembled is analysed taking advantage of the finite number of typologies of components that permits to implement a statistical based recognition and classification approach. The objects features, such as their position and orientation, together with the status of the micro-factory actuators provide the inputs to a finite state automaton that implements the assembly procedures previously established.

A Non-Contact system to Control Assembly Operation of Micro-Components

BRUZZONE, ALESSANDRO;TRAVERSO, ALESSANDRO;LONARDO, PIETRO
2008-01-01

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This paper presents a control system to assemble hybrid micro-components with a micro-factory. The system is based on image processing techniques that feed relevant information to an automata based control sub-system. The scene containing the micro-components that must be assembled is analysed taking advantage of the finite number of typologies of components that permits to implement a statistical based recognition and classification approach. The objects features, such as their position and orientation, together with the status of the micro-factory actuators provide the inputs to a finite state automaton that implements the assembly procedures previously established.
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