Robotic Grasping and Manipulation Competition – Task 1: Task Board Disassembly
No Audio - Task 1 of the manufacturing track of the IROS 2017 Robotic Grasping and Manipulation Competition will be comprised of an assembly subtask and a disassembly subtask using a task board. The task board was developed as part of a NIST project to develop tools for benchmarking the performance of assembly robotics. During the disassembly subtask, a fully assembled manufacturing task board is placed on the table alongside a bowl. Its location can be predefined by the team or arbitrarily placed within a defined region by the competition staff to test perception solutions. While lead-through programing is allowed, perception solutions qualify for bonus points. Nuts, gears, pegs, and male electrical connectors are already inserted on the board. The goal is to remove all nuts, gears, pegs, and male connectors from the task board, and place them in the bowl within the allotted competition time. Points are assessed on a per part basis. This video shows a person performing the disassembly subtask to demonstrate the steps needed to be performed by a robot system. Note that a bowl will be used in place of the coffee can during theactual competition and objects can be dropped into the bowl from any height.
August 08, 2017