Robotics Engineer

Robotics Engineer

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Product #: 6CP-RTS-PLC

Description: Manufacturing/Production

  • Support advance logic and I/O in the simulation
  • RTS allows users to create input and output signals between robots and other devices. Input and output ports can also be easily created from an external file. RTS also provides advanced logic programming instructions through its easy-to-use interface. These logic commands let the user insert conditional statements (if-then-else) and looping statements into the robot task
  • Optimize trajectories
  • Users of RTS can automatically optimize a robot’s motion by computing standard motion parameters such as turn numbers, arm configuration, gantry positions and rail values along a robot trajectory. RTS also provides tools for optimizing cycle time and creating a collision-free path. The user can copy or mirror existing robot tasks. The cloned or mirrored task also includes all supporting motion data. This facilitates the re-use of robot tasks when other robots are performing similar tasks elsewhere
  • Create swept volume from the robot motion
  • Users of RTS can create a swept volume of the robot or the tooling based on the motion in the robot task. The volume can then easily be shared with tool designers to communicate the robot or tools working envelope
  • Use Realistic Robot Simulation I (RRS-I) for increased simulation accuracy
  • RTS allows users to simulate robot tasks using the motion control software found in the real robot controller. This provides extremely accurate motion trajectory and cycle-time simulations. The RRS-I protocol is used to connect the 3D simulation with the robot vendor’s motion control software. The user can integrate these native robot language programs into a larger, multi-mechanism, station-level simulation with full validation capabilities
  • Fast and easy robot placement
  • RTS offers tools that allow the user to easily position robots in a reachable position while considering all of the robot’s tasks. Tools such as Robot auto-Place, Robot Reach, and Workspace Envelope provide the user with an interactive experience that shows them the optimal robot placement.
  • Robot Simulation On-the-Go (Offline Mode)
  • Users can disconnect their Robot Simulation Engineer App session from the ENOVIA database and continue to work on their Robot simulation while disconnected from the database and the network. Data can be created and modified while disconnected. Automatic database reconciliation occurs upon reconnection


  • Fast, simple robotic workcell layout
  • RTS lets users choose from an extensive library of robot and controller models from all major industrial robot manufacturers. Auto placement and workspace envelope tools help users position the robot in a reachable position and benefit from early feasibility studies
  • Early discovery and resolution of design for manufacturing (DFM) issues
  • RTS lets users perform robot task feasibility studies early in the planning and detailing stages, reducing the cost of re-work generated by product and tooling changes
  • Concurrent robot simulation
  • Robot Simulation Engineers can concurrently create and validate individual robot tasks in a single workcell, assembly line, or across an entire factory. As each user completes their work, the robot task details become available to all stakeholders and are incorporated into the parent process, so multiple users concurrently incorporate the collective work into their own
  • Improved collaboration between simulation engineers and product or tool designers
  • Based on the 3DEXPERIENCE® platform, RTS supports collaboration throughout the extended enterprise. Powerful lifecycle and change management capabilities streamline the business process and improve the overall quality of work
  • Creation, simulation and validation of robot tasks in the manufacturing context
  • RTS lets users create and validate robot tasks in a variety of manufacturing contexts. This results in the best possible understanding of how motion variables will impact task definition. RTS also includes Realistic Robot Simulation I (RRS-I) for increased robot trajectory and cycle-time accuracy
  • Greater productivity for Simulation Engineers
  • RTS gives engineers a clear understanding of the shop floor environment and the work to be done. The simplified interface is context-based; for example, if a user clicks on a weld seam or search trajectory, RTS presents a set of 3D trajectory creation and modification commands. Single-click robot trajectory updates help ensure that simulations are current and that they reflect the latest product design modifications.