Leveraging Digital Twins to Create Human-robot Synergy

WiMi Hologram Cloud is developing a system that will allow for more efficient and meaningful collaboration between humans and robots. This system is based digital twin technology.

This system will use various physical sensors to capture the behavior of the human and the robot. It will then input this information into the perception system, a component of the system that processes and interprets the input data. This component uses deep learning algorithms (a type of AI) to understand the current state and develop strategies for action.

The system will also include a decision system, which assesses the output of the perception system and displays the appropriate actions for the human to take through an interactive visual interface. This serves as a dynamic guideline for humans to interact with the robots.

As the human, robot, and environment interact in the physical world, their actions and other relevant information are sent to the digital twin space for optimization and calculations. The results are then sent back to the physical world in real-time. This continuous loop of action and feedback aims to improve the overall performance of the system.

The overall goal of the system is to facilitate seamless collaboration between humans and robots. This means allowing both entities to share control over the system, make decisions, and execute plans. This human-robot collaboration would be achieved through direct contact or indirect interaction, with the aim of achieving work goals more efficiently and effectively.