The program includes a Development Studio and Maintenance Studio designed to fill many needs.
A new Staubli Robotics Suite version 2013 has been launched by Staubli, a manufacturer of industrial robots.
The new Staubli Robotics Suite includes a new single window presentation with ribbons like ones seen in recent Windows updates, making it very intuitive yet powerful to use with all functions readily accessible.
Staubli, a mechatronics solution provider offers textile machinery, connectors and robotics.
Equipped with cutting edge technology, Staubli Robotics Suite version 2013 includes two integrated modules, Development Studio and Maintenance Studio.
Development Studio, a software workbench is meant for robotics application development and 3D simulation. It includes file transfer between the development PC and the robot controller, automatic or manual backups, visualization of robot arms in 3D scenes, as well as the execution or modification of VAL 3 programs. In addition, it includes a powerful VAL 3 program editor, online debugging, auto completion and intelli-sense functions.
The program editor is directly linked to the 3D scene for geometric data creation and edition.
To fulfill the increasing requirement of businesses with increasingly advanced robotic solutions, Staubli Robotics is committed to continued development of software products that perform and are easy to use. The program editor is directly linked to the 3D scene for geometric data creation and edition. Full multi-robot simulation is possible providing realistic cycle times through the individual clocking of each robot controller in the cell in a real-time fashion.
Maintenance Studio is developed and designed for maintenance personnel and offers advanced functionalities to perform diagnostic operations. It provides full remote access to the controller with 3D visualization of the robot system. That can be controlled from a remote PC with live visual feedback of any operation performed by the operator. A 3D scene is available in visualization mode, with the ability to load a 3D robot cell previously created in Development Studio.