Robots come in many shapes and sizes. Titan is not afraid to take on the largest of systems or the most precise challenges.
Titan's core software technology can be used to dynamically plan and control mutli-axis robotic systems with unique hardware configurations for any application.
Titan uses commercial robotic hardware where possible. Our software is robot agnostic. We will work with any industrial robot or custom robotic system.
Titan software includes full collision modeling. We ensure that our robots will not hit your part. This allows us to work in close proximity to high value assets without fear of collision. This is enabled by our part localization, mechanical design, path planning, and dynamic control.
Titan uses in-process part localization to find the part we are working on before working on it. This allows us to compensate for variance in part positions.
Titan software plans robot paths during operation. This means there are no taught paths and the ability to work on a large variety of parts that would infeasible with traditional approaches to automation.
Titan uses a control scheme incorporating machine learning and artificial intelligence that allows dynamic control of the robot and robot tool. This ensures the robot and tool are always in the desired position with a high level of confidence.
Titan designed hardware is used when COTS hardware does not exist or is not flexible enough for the adaptable processes Titan automates. Titan uses proprietary cable management systems that enable very controlled and predictable cable movement on the robot when executing non-repetitive movements.
Titan integrates industrial robot hardware. Where OEM equipment does not exist to meet the customers' needs, we have an in-house team of electrical and mechanical engineers to develop the solution.
Titan's robotic systems can deliver the latest sensor technologies to complex surfaces for data collection. Applications include 3D scanning, non-contact thickness measurement, and other challenging inspection tasks.
Titan's approach in modeling and control allows for very complex robotic systems including industrial arms on mobile bases. This allows access to areas not typically accessible to industrial robots.
Titan's expertise in laser paint removal can be applied to any surface, regardless of its complexity, and adapted for other surface treatments such as painting, sanding, etc.
Titan will deliver the system our customer needs even if this means a custom mechanical or electromechanical system is required, Titan has the expertise inhouse to deliver custom turnkey electromechanical systems including mechanisms, housings, sensors, and circuitboards.
Titan systems include a simulation environment that also acts as a digital-twin. All processes are tracked in real time providing a high-fidelity record of all system behavior.
Titan Robotics has executed multiple contracts to deliver Robotic Laser De-Paint systems to the United States Air Force.
Titan has handed over control of laser paint removal systems to USAF operators to use in the periodic maintenance of aircraft. These systems incorporate the portfolio of core technologies Titan can deliver to its customers.
Titan has worked with our customer to deliver iterative updates to both hardware and software systems improving system capabilities and reliability. We continue to test and improve our laser processes in our engineering facility laboratory to expand substrate and surface treatment removal capabilities.