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Use of Sensors in Programmable Automation

by Rosen, Charles A., and Nitzan, David

Technical Note 122
Institution: AI Center, SRI International
Address: 333 Ravenswood Ave, Menlo Park, CA 94025
Dec 1977.

Note: Reprinted from December 1977 IEEE Computer Society Magazine

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Abstract

If previous studies are any indication, there is a national need to develop advanced automation techniques to increase industrial productivity and to enhance the well-being of works by eliminating hard, dangerous, and dull jobs. In this paper we are concerned with the application of sensor-mediated programmable automation to material-handling, inspection, and assembly operations in batch-produced, discrete-part manufacturing.

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Nitzan, David Senior Principal Scientist
Rosen, Charles A. Alumnus

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