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Call Button.

1. The MiR Mobile Industrial Robot is positioned at its home position at the right side.

2. At the position where an operator needs the MiR robot a “call button (yellow)” is pressed – and the MiR robot moves to the call position.

3. When the robot has arrived at the call position and when the operator is ready to let the MiR robot move on – the operator press the “acknowledge button (green)” – and the robot moves to next destination – in this case the robot moves to the home position.

4. The second cycle is similar to the first. The operator press the “call button (yellow) and the MiR robot arrive and the operator press the “acknowledge button (green)” and the MiR robot moves on – and in this case the operator immediately again press the “call button (yellow) and thereby place another call into the queue after the MiR robot has visited the position. The call is stored and after the robot has visited the position after the acknowledgement (in this case the home position) – the MiR robot comes back to the call position for the second time in order to serve the second call. After the MiR robot has served the second call the operator press “acknowledge button (green)” and the MiR robot move on – in this case back to home position.

5. The last example shows the operator perss the “call button (yellow)” – and the MiR robot start moving towards the position of the call, but before the MiR robot has arrived at the call position – the operator press the “cancel button (red)” and the MiR robot cancels this call and move on to next position - in this case the MiR robot moves back to home position as there are no other calls in queue.



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