DLR Programs Robots To Cooperate On Wing Lay-Up

Credit: DLR

Robots are becoming increasingly common in aircraft production, whether it is laying carbon fiber on tools or drilling and riveting fuselages. But they tend to be solitary machines, operating at a safe distance from humans and other robots. As airliners with predominantly composite airframes move...

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