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The main field of application is the automotive sector. The productive robot is placed into a closed cabin equipped with rotating table, insert container and anthropomorphic robots with camera for the presence check of components. In addition, the machine is equipped with a screwing system, label printer and barcode reader. The operator can interact with the machine through the touch screen operator panel which manages the various functions of the machine. To access in a controlled and customized way, the machine is also equipped with a special reader RFID. The software interface is developed and installed on a touch screen control panel that manages alarms, manual controls and allows the download of data USB port.
Besides the mechanical arm, inside an industrial robot there are not just electromechanical components but a multitude of complex embedded controllers. These embedded controllers are often interconnected with other computers in the factory network, safety systems, and to the Internet for remote monitoring and maintenance.
In this scenario, industrial routers also play a key role, because they directly expose the robot's controller. Therefore, the impact of a single, simple vulnerability can grant attackers an easy entry point.
What's the impact? Industrial robots must follow three fundamental laws: accurately "read" from the physical world through sensors and "write" i.
By combining a set of vulnerabilities we discovered on a real robot, we demonstrated how remote attackers are able to violate such fundamental laws up to the point where they can alter the manufactured product, physically damage the robot, steal industry secrets, or injure humans.
In the following video, we show an attack we demonstrated in our laboratory on a real industrial robot—we believe that, due to the architectural commonalities of most modern robots, and due to the existence of strict standards, is representative of a large class of robots.
After follow up with ABB Robotics, we want to stress that safeguards are in place to prevent that a potential security issue can cause a safety issue.
In particular, ABB Robotics let us know the following: "The operational mode displayed at the teach pendant is for information only and is not part of the safety system. Entering the safeguarded space in automatic mode will always lead to a protective stop regardless of the status information on the FlexPendant since there are mandatory regulations requiring that the safeguarded space shall be established by perimeter guarding.
The course is offered in the first semester. Integrated version of the course The course can be taken as a standalone 5 credits course or as a module of the integrated course Control of industrial and mobile robots. Information on the other module Control of mobile robots is available at this link: Learning objectives and course syllabus The goal of this course is to present current and advanced methodologies for the control of robotic manipulators.
The course covers selected topics ranging from kinematic and dynamic modelling of an industrial robot, to motion planning and control, to control of the interaction of the robot with the environment. The goal of the course is fully aligned with the overall goals of the Automation and Control Engineering Program, while being an excellent complement for students enrolled in other Programs Computer Science and Engineering, Electronics Engineering, Engineering Physics, and others.
A mix of theoretical and industrially relevant topics characterizes the course, where extensive use of software for simulation and offline programming of robots will be made.
The expected learning outcomes of the course belong to the technological and design area of the expected learning outcomes of the Program.
Specifically, at the end of the course, the student is expected to be able to: -understand the role of industrial robots in the factory, why and where they should be used in the production systems; -use mathematics to describe the motion of a robot; -plan a suitable motion for the robot both in free environment and in presence of obstacles; -tune an industrial motion control system and understand the rationale and potentialities of advanced nonlinear model based control strategies; -manage the control of the interaction of the robot with the environment, either with force or with vision sensors; -understand and master the new trends in industrial robotics, like collaborative robotics; -use software programs to simulate and to offline program the robots.
Course syllabus is as follows: Introduction Industrial robots: basic concepts and examples. Market of industrial robotics.
Trends in industrial robotics. Robot kinematics Review of direct, inverse and differential kinematics. Kinematics of redundant manipulators.
Inverse differential kinematics. Robot dynamics Dynamic models of robot manipulators. Euler-Lagrange and Newton-Euler formulations.
Main properties. Identification of dynamic parameters. Direct and inverse dynamics.
Motion planning Path planning and trajectory planning. Trajectories in the joint space: point to point motion and interpolation of points splines. Kinematic and dynamic scaling of trajectories. Trajectories in the operational space : position and orientation trajectories.
Robot programming languages: examples.