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Lightweight Robotics


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06.10. – 07.10.2021


06.10.2021, 10:00-17:00 CET
07.10.2021, 09:00-15:30 CET


ATLANTA Robotics Akademie
Carl-Benz-Str. 16
74321 Bietigheim-Bissingen



Price (excl. VAT)

Standard : 1,390.00 €
FVA Members : 1,250.00 €
VDMA Members : 1,250.00 €


Robotics in transition - from industrial robots to lightweight robots. Industrial robots have been successfully used in industry for decades, and are firmly established in mass production. However, fast and powerful industrial robots are not sensitive to their environment and can often only be programmed by specialists, unlike most lightweight robots.

Target Audience

This seminar is intended for companies who are interested in obtaining first insights into automation using lightweight robots. There are no prerequisites and no previous experience is necessary.

Main Topics

Day 1

  • Human robot applications
  • Principle standards/regulations
  • Robot systems, using the example of a TM5 robot:
    • TM models
    • Robot arms
    • Control box/control unit
    • Putting into operation/operating modes
  • HMI (Human Machine Interface)
  • Programming lightweight robots

Day 2

  • Camera-based programs
    • Object recognition
    • Object orientation
    • Identification of QR, bar, and data matrix codes
    • Color recognition
  • Applications of lightweight robots


Changes to the working world in the wake of Industry 4.0 are also accelerating the division of labor between man and machine. Ergonomically stressful or dangerous tasks that have previously been performed by humans are gradually being taken over by robots. This creates additional potential for automation of tasks which require sensitivity and fine-motor skills. The development of lightweight robots makes further automation in these work areas possible. This concept of  robots opens up new application options and is considered a key technology for Industry 4.0. The goal of this seminar is to develop an understanding of the applications in which lightweight robots can be used.


Christian Büchle

ATLANTA Robotics

Marcus Timmermann

ATLANTA Robotics