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Simulation and offline programming

By Ken Young

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Robot simulation has been around for many years, but like many of the technologies that we take for granted today it has not always been quite so useful or accessible. My own experiences of it started in 1986 when I started work for BYG systems developing GRASP. At the time the software ran on either a mini computer the size of a wardrobe or one of the then new Unix-based workstations. Neither the software nor the hardware was cheap and given that the population of industrial robots in the UK was then 3,500 there were not many potential customers for it

Topics: T, TJ
Publisher: Emerald Group Publishing Limited
OAI identifier: oai:wrap.warwick.ac.uk:31405
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