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Dynalog, Inc. provides robot cell calibration and robot performance analysis products (software and hardware) to robot manufacturers and robot end-users in North America, Europe, and Asia. Dynalog products allow operators not only to identify a robot cell's signature (including robot Denavit-Hartenberg parameters, compliance parameters, fixture location, etc.); but to also use that signature to filter robot programs (e.g., to perform robot cell cloning, off-line programming and robot maintenance). Dynalog calibration software is also used in robotic flexible measurement systems (FMS), as well as other precision robotic applications, where robot positional accuracy is required. Dynalog robot performance analysis products allow operators to verify robot performance characteristics, both static and dynamic, according to ANSI/RIA and ISO standards, as well as simulation/robot performance according to Ford Robot Model Accuracy Standards.

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Dynalog signs multi-year contract to supply calibration for Medical Robots

POSTED 01/25/2012

Dynalog, Inc. and a major international medical system supplier signed a multi-year agreement where Dynalog will provide its integrated robot calibration software and support services for all medical robot systems installed by the company.

 

This contract marks an important expansion of Dynalog’s presence in the medical robotics field.  “Clearly we have seen the rapid growth of robotics in the medical field and the need for high precision and reliability” said Dynalog President, Pierre de Smet. 

Dynalog specializes in Robot Calibration Solutions that enable High-Precision Robotic Applications, such as Robotic Flexible Measurement Systems (FMS), Robotic Drilling and Routing systems for Aerospace manufacturing, etc. The tight tolerances required in these applications are achieved through the use of technologies and tools provided by Dynalog, including Absolute Accuracy in order to maximize the robot’s positional accuracy, as well as Relative Accuracy (a.k.a. Temperature Compensation) in order to maintain a robot’s repeatability over time.