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Volume - 2 | Issue - 2 | june 2020

Applying a 6-axis Mechanical Arm Combine with Computer Vision to the Research of Object Recognition in Plane Inspection
Joy Iong-Zong Chen, Jen-Ting Chang  207  130
Pages: 77-99
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Chen, J. I. & Chang, J. (2020). Applying a 6-axis Mechanical Arm Combine with Computer Vision to the Research of Object Recognition in Plane Inspection. Journal of Artificial Intelligence and Capsule Networks, 2(2), 77-99. doi:10.36548/jaicn.2020.2.002
Published
18 May, 2020
Abstract

The study of a robotic arm copied with 3D-printer combines computer vision system with tracking algorithm is proposed in the paper. Moreover, the designing to the intelligent vehicle system with the integration of electromechanical for planning to apply it to the operations in various fields is presented too. The main purpose of this work tries to avoid the complicated process with traditional manual adjustment or teaching. It is expected to achieve the purpose that the robotic arm can grab the target automatically, classify the target and place it in the specified area, and even accurately realize the classification through training to distinguish the characteristics of the target. Eventually, the mechanical arm's movement behavior is able to be corrected through a real-time image data feedback control system. In words, with the experiment that the computer vision system is used to assist the robotic arm to detect the color and position of the target. By adding color features for algorithm training as well as through human-machine collaboration, which approves that the proposed algorithm has well known that the accuracy of target tracking definitely depends on both of two parameters include "object locations" and the "illustration direction" of light source. The difference will far from 75.2% to 89.0%.

Keywords

Robotic arm Computer vision system Tracking algorithm Real-time object detection

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