Assembling Wall Panels with Robotic technologies

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Abstract

Robots are only incidentally used to assemble wall panels in high-rise buildings, even though robotic technologies for various applications are available. These applications can improve construction site safety and increase the productivity of the assembly process. A research project initiated at Eindhoven University of Technology (TU e) in the Netherlands aims to develop an integral design for a curtain wall. The curtain wall’s assembly, disassembly and user functions are integrated into a single concept. The focus lies on the assembly disassembly process and the use ofnew robotic technologies. This paper presents the initial results of a survey of currently available strategies for the assembly of curtain wall systems, a description of the functions and the design requirements. The purpose of this research is to explore the limits of currently available robotic technologies in designing a curtain wall for the entire life cycle.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings 23rd International Symposium on Automation and Robotics in Construction, Tokyo, October 2006
EditorsN. Kano
Place of PublicationTokyo
Pages241-245
Publication statusPublished - 2006
Eventconference; ISARC; 2006-10-03; 2006-10-05 -
Duration: 3 Oct 20065 Oct 2006

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Conferenceconference; ISARC; 2006-10-03; 2006-10-05
Period3/10/065/10/06
OtherISARC

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Gassel, van, F. J. M., Schrijver, P., & Lichtenberg, J. J. N. (2006). Assembling Wall Panels with Robotic technologies. In N. Kano (Ed.), Proceedings 23rd International Symposium on Automation and Robotics in Construction, Tokyo, October 2006 (pp. 241-245). Tokyo.
Gassel, van, F.J.M. ; Schrijver, P. ; Lichtenberg, J.J.N. / Assembling Wall Panels with Robotic technologies. Proceedings 23rd International Symposium on Automation and Robotics in Construction, Tokyo, October 2006. editor / N. Kano. Tokyo, 2006. pp. 241-245
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Gassel, van, FJM, Schrijver, P & Lichtenberg, JJN 2006, Assembling Wall Panels with Robotic technologies. in N Kano (ed.), Proceedings 23rd International Symposium on Automation and Robotics in Construction, Tokyo, October 2006. Tokyo, pp. 241-245, conference; ISARC; 2006-10-03; 2006-10-05, 3/10/06.

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Gassel, van FJM, Schrijver P, Lichtenberg JJN. Assembling Wall Panels with Robotic technologies. In Kano N, editor, Proceedings 23rd International Symposium on Automation and Robotics in Construction, Tokyo, October 2006. Tokyo. 2006. p. 241-245