The MIRAI robot control software uses sensor data to enable robots to act in settings with high production variances. When a user creates a robot skill with MIRAI, the initial skill configuration entered into the MINT app is stored.
Further data is collected when a user starts recording episodes during the MIRAI training phase. The MIRAI system collects and stores the following data types:
- training episodes
- camera image data (camera typically attached to the robot’s wrist)
- robot motion data from the robot’s force-torque sensor
- robot movements including guiding speed and sensitivity settings
- the used software version
- log files / diagnostic data
No data is collected and stored during skill execution / unsupervised production operation, with the exception of rotating logs - which means older logs are overwritten by newer logs
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