Together with our customers and partners, we develop professional solutions within advanced highly flexible industrial robot systems. Our core competence areas are: Industrial robot systems; Software for industrial robot systems; Research and Development. Since its establishment in the year 2000, PPM implements advanced automation projects with robots from various manufacturers. Our solutions range from integration and consulting services to complete turn-key robot installations.
Our commitment to the ROS-I community matures in our contribution by giving a part of FlexGui 4.0 as open-source project to interested users. The latest version contains many minor improvements, as well as an advanced stability check.
We are pleased to announce the new release of FlexGui 4.0. The intuitive robot interface and controll software is freely available for everyone who owns a FlexGui 2.0 license.
Norwegian minister of Trade and Industry Minister Monica Mæland meets PPM during her visit in Toyama, Japan
On January 25, 2017, a delegation from Norwegian Ministry of Trade and Industry headed by the Minister Monica Mæland visited the Nachi-Fujikoshi plant in Toyama.
PPM thanks its partners KEBA and HIWIN for productive and inspiring talks during their visit of the European headquarter of ROS-I in Stuttgart, Germany.
Business Days 2016 – Without Borders
Det Norske Teater in Oslo, Norway
19 April 2016 10:00 – 15:30 CET
Public PhD Defense on January 19th 2016
Chuo University, Korakuen Campus in Tokyo, Japan
PhD Candidate Audun Sanderud and the PhD Supervisors
Professor Mihoko Niitsuma and Professor Thrygve Thomessen
2 - 3 March 2016
SwRI, 6220 Culebra Road, San Antonio, TX, 78238 United States
Mar 3 - Mar 4 2016
Fraunhofer IPA, Stuttgart, Germany
Jan 28 - Jan 29 2016
Meijo University, Nagoya, Japan
Dec 12 – Dec 13 2015
Tokyo International Exhibition Center, Ariake, Japan
Dec 2-5 2015
The goal for safe human-robot collaboration are robots that actively make decisions not to harm human beings. The current approaches to solve the safety issue in human-robot collaboration, assume that the robots response to danger is reactively passive.
Korean-Norwegian collaboration project iVAR started