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Wimi Hologram Academy: Virtual Reality-Based Intelligent Monitoring System for Robot’s Working Conditions

WIMI Hologram Academy, working in partnership with the Holographic Science Innovation Center, has written a new technical article describing their exploration of VR-based intelligent monitoring system for robot’s working conditions. This article follows below:

Accurate monitoring of robot’s working status can improve robot’s free operation. In this paper, we design a virtual reality-based intelligent monitoring system for robot’s working status. The information of the robot and its working environment is collected by the on-site monitoring module, and the system transmits the collected information to the remote terminal monitoring module through the communication network. The remote terminal monitoring module uses the template matching algorithm to locate the elements in the scene and build a 3D virtual scene model. The system uses relevant software to render and bake the established model, imports the model into professional software, and then uses the software’s SDK secondary development package to realize human-computer interaction. The intelligent monitoring unit acquires images in the 3D virtual scene model and implements pre-processing, extracts texture features from the pre-processed images, and inputs the extracted features into a support vector machine to achieve intelligent monitoring of the robot’s working status. The system test results show that the system can use the established 3D virtual environment model of the robot and its working environment to achieve intelligent monitoring of the robot’s working status with 99% accuracy. Scientists from WIMI Hologram Academy of WIMI Hologram Cloud Inc. discussed in detail the VR-based technology adopted in intelligent monitoring system for robot’s working conditions.

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Robotics is a combination of many technologies such as computers, electronics, control theory, sensor technology, artificial intelligence, and mechanics. The birth of robotics reflects the direction of development of production systems as well as machine evolution. Robotics has become one of the rapidly developing and extremely widely used high-tech technologies. Robots are now widely used in many fields such as education, aviation, and industry. People’s requirements for robots are gradually increasing. The autonomous decision-making capability of robots is the focus of their intelligence research, and intelligent robots can help humans to accomplish unattainable limits and dangerous tasks, and real-time monitoring of the robot’s working status is extremely important.

The robot monitoring information contains a large amount of real-time data. The data is huge and complex, which makes it difficult for the monitor to obtain the working status of the robot. In this study, virtual reality technology is applied to robot’s working status monitoring. Realistic 3D images are used to show the dynamic information of robot’s working status, to realize real-time monitoring of robot’s working status, to improve the effect of remote intelligent monitoring of robot, and to reduce the workload of robot’s working status monitors.

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Virtual reality technology uses computers to create 3D virtual worlds, simulating real-world scenes through computer simulation of human hearing, vision, touch and other sensory perceptions, giving users an immersive feeling. Virtual reality technology combines multimedia technology, human-computer interaction technology, simulation technology and many other real-time technologies, opening up new research areas for simulation systems and human-computer interaction.

In recent years, there have been numerous studies on intelligent robots, and there are designs and developments of home health monitoring systems based on intelligent robot platforms, which apply intelligent robots in home health monitoring with high applicability. There is also research on intelligent picking robot automation systems based on interactive video and audio technology, which uses interactive audio and video to control intelligent picking robots and complete robot picking work. The virtual reality-based robot’s working state intelligent monitoring system studied in this paper applies virtual reality technology to robot’s working state intelligent monitoring, using the established 3D virtual model of the robot’s working environment to intelligently monitor the robot’s working state, avoiding the defects of low monitoring accuracy caused by noise and environmental interference during robot work. The system uses the intelligent monitoring results to improve the applicability of robot work.

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