IAM Archive containing experiments of stacking boxes in totes, relevant for the BOX scenario.

doi: 10.4121/21655640.v1
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Jongeneel, Maarten; Sander Dingemans; Oliva, Alexander (2022): IAM Archive containing experiments of stacking boxes in totes, relevant for the BOX scenario. Version 1. 4TU.ResearchData. dataset. https://doi.org/10.4121/21655640.v1
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I.AM. archive as part of the Impact-Aware Robotics Archives Collection. This archive contains recordings of experiments where Box006, Box009, and Box010 are placed inside a tote while exploiting impacts between the object being manipulated and other objects and the environment. The purpose of these experiments is to validate the simulation software on a scenario relevant for the BOX scenario of the I.AM. project. The involved contact is between the robot, object, and the environment, which in these recordings are Box006, Box009, and Box010 and a tote (Tote001), respectively. All the recordings in the archive were performed at the Innovation Lab of Vanderlande, located within the TU/e campus. More information about the dataset, the objects, and the environments used, can be found on https://impact-aware-robotics-database.tue.nl/. 

  • 2022-12-01 first online, published, posted
md, HDF5
  • Impact Aware Manipulation by Dexterous Robot Control and Learning in Dynamic Semi-Structured Logistic Environments (grant code 871899) [more info...] European Commission
Eindhoven University of Technology, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Dynamics and Control Group


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