Osiągnięcia

Największe osiągnięcia Koła Naukowego ROBO to publikacje i artykuły naukowe. Realizowane przez nas projekty są źródłem do powstania artykułów. Jak dotąd jesteśmy autorami kilku publikacji. Poziom realizowanych przez nas projektów jest wysoki o czym świadczą dobre recenzje naszych artykułów.

Aktywni członkowie koła ROBO są wyróżniani nagrodą Rektora Politechniki Rzeszowskiej.

Artykuły i publikacje

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Grzegorz Skiba, Tomasz Żabiński, Krzysztof Wiktorowicz
Rapid protyping of servo controllers in RTAI-Lab,
VII Konferencja "Computer Methods and Systems", Kraków, 21-23 listopad 2007
This paper presents the RTAI-Lab environment used for rapid control systems prototyping in Linux. The RTAI-Lab is an open-source project and it is available without any charges which makes it very interesting in comparison to expensive, professional systems like Maltab, Simulink, RTWT. This paper describes main elements of the RTAI-Lab, provides basic information needed to develop custom device drives, and two examples of its usage. The steps for conducting real-time experiments in RTAI-Lab are described. The RTAI-Lab is used to perform real-time control of a DC motor and THK linear stage with a digital PID controller, and a fuzzy model reference learning controller (FMRLC).

Rafał Pajda, Tomasz Żabiński
This paper presents an on-line trained neural network MIMO (multi-input, multi-output) controller for a cylindrical robot. The controller is compared with a classical PD, PI and PID independent joint control. Ex-periments are conducted for tracking desired trajectories with different velocities. The ability to compensate friction and robustness to change of load mass are also experimentally examined. Real-time experiments are carried out on an ac-commodated Zymark robot using rapid proto-typing in Windows XP with Matlab, Simulink and RT-CON.
Andrzej Bożek, Grzegorz Skiba, Tomasz Żabiński
Szybkie prototypowanie systemów sterowania w pakiecie RTAI-Lab,
X Krajowa Konferencja Robotyki, Piechowice 3 - 6 września 2008
This paper presents the RTAI-Lab environment used for rapid control systems prototyping in Linux. The RTAI-Lab is an open-source project and is available without any charges which makes it very interesting in comparison to expensive, professional systems like Maltab, Simulink. GNU/Linux with the RTAI extension is used as a hard real-time operating system. The Scilab/Scicos suite permits performance of all phases of the control system design. The paper also presents practical usage of the environment as a rapid control prototyping tool for DC servo control where signals are passed to the controller via wire or wireless transmission.
Tomasz Żabiński, Tomasz Mączka, Bartosz Jędrzejec
Control and Monitoring System for Intelligent Manufacturing – Hardware and Communication Software Structure,
Computer Methods and Systems, Kraków, listopad 26-27 2009, str. 135-140.
In the paper the results of the first stage of a project devoted to design and implementation hardware and software environment for industrial implementation of Intelligent Manufacturing System (IMS) are presented. During the stage hardware selection for a factory floor level was done, a preliminary industrial testbed was constructed, and a limited functionality prototype system was installed and tested in a real factory. In the paper it was proven that the main development-related barrier for industrial deployment of IMS i.e. absence of industrial controllers with appropriate capabilities, is out-of-date.
Tomasz Żabiński Tomasz Mączka,
Human System Interface for Manufacturing Control - Industrial Implementation,
3rd International Conference on Human System Interaction, Rzeszów, 2010
In the paper current results of a project devoted to industrial implementation of Intelligent Manufacturing System (IMS) for small and medium production companies are presented. So far, hardware for a factory floor level has been selected, a preliminary industrial testbed with simple human system interface (HSI) was constructed and tested in a real factory, and an advanced HSI was designed and implemented. It was proven that the main development-related barrier, pointed out in the literature, for industrial deployment of IMS, i.e. absence of industrial controllers with appropriate capabilities, is out-of-date. It was shown that modern embedded PC controllers facilitate implementations of advanced HSI/HMI and allow integration of human operators and manufacturing resources into an Intelligent Manufacturing Control System
Tomasz Mączka, Tomasz Czech, Tomasz Żabiński
Innowacyjny system monitorowania i sterowania produkcją jako element fabryki przyszłości,PAR, luty 2010,

Inne sukcesy:

- 2 miejce Festiwal Robotyki Robocomp w Krakowie (25.10.2014) w kat. LineFollower Enhanced
- 2 miejce Festiwal Robotyki Robocomp w Krakowie (25.10.2014) w kat. LineFollower Light
- 3 miejsce Ogólnopolski Turniej Robotów Mobilnych Robomaticon w Warszawie (8.03.2014) w kat. microsumo
- 3. miejsce na IV Międzynarodowych Zawodach Robotów Sumo Challenge w Łodzi (5.11.2011) w kat. Sumo (Grzegorz Piecuch, Michał Kieś)
- 3. miejsce na IV Międzynarodowych Zawodach Robotów Sumo Challenge w Łodzi (5.11.2011) w kat. Lego Sumo (Grzegorz Piecuch, Michał Kieś)