This program is led by Swinburne University of Technology (SUT) with four projects that are based at both SUT and University of Technology Sydney.
This program is jointly led by:
Many high value-add manufactured products are subject to regulatory constraints and oversight (e.g. medical devices, defence and aviation) and require a complete digital thread across the product lifecycle.
In the context of collaborative robotic applications, such a thread needs to contain a number of components:
- a specification of the desired information and intended assurance needs of the process
- a specification of the tasks and behaviours to be exhibited by both robot and human in a collaboration scenario,
- the ability to optimise and test such specifications before putting them into practice,
- the monitoring and documentation of accomplished tasks and behaviours and,
- the inspection of task outcomes.
This Program will develop tools for the specification, capturing, monitoring and evaluation of such a digital thread in human-robot and robot-human collaboration scenarios. This work is synergistic with other Programs and will develop skills and capacity within industry.
Learn more about the researchers participating in this program.
Learn more about the research projects that are part of this program.