The MIRAI Training App is the primary user interface for the MIRAI solution. It is a mobile application for Android based tablets that enables users to:
- create and define new MIRAI ‘skills’;
- perform and record training episodes to train new or improve available skills;
- initiate the cloud training for a skill based on recorded episodes;
- test newly calculated skills to ensure they perform as expected or continue adding training episodes to further improve the behavior of an available skill;
- set, test and revise end state parameters that allow MIRAI to trigger a successful skill execution;
- view and track execution KPIs of skills while they operate in production mode (in development);
- accelerate and tune skill execution speed to achieve optimal tact time without compromising on precision;
- and manage and delete trained skills.
Installing the latest MIRAI Training App to the tablet
- Check our hardware specifications in the Appendix to ensure your Android tablet device fulfills the minimum requirements.
- Ensure that the MIRAI controller is set up (all wireless antennas connected) and powered on. It might take up to two minutes for the system and the Wi-Fi network to be ready.
- Power on your Android tablet and switch on its Wi-Fi network. Go to the Wi-Fi settings of the tablet and choose the network SSID from the MIRAI controller, which should be named ‘MIRAI-####’. #### is the ID number of the MIRAI controller, which is indicated on the product sticker on the MIRAI controller. Enter the MIRAI password, also printed on the same product sticker.
- Within the Android settings of your device, go into Settings > Security, and activate the option that reads ‘Allow install of apps from unknown sources’ or has similar wording. Depending on your Android version, this menu item might not be present, and instead the system will ask for permission to install the apk file once trying to open it. In this case, grant the request. - Start the internet browser of the tablet and go to http://mirai:6543/mint/apk.
- Click to confirm downloading MIRAI Training App installation the file ‘mint.apk’. After downloading, tap on the file in the Android file browser to install the app. In case of a security message requesting permission to install the apk, grant the request.
- Start the MIRAI Training App. It should show the ‘skill training’ screen with an overview of the trained skills available on the MIRAI controller. When you use it for the first time, this list will be empty.
- In case of an error message indicating that there is no connection to the MIRAI controller, go to the settings menu and check if the IP settings of the MIRAI controller are correct: Main menu button upper left corner → Network Configuration → MIRAI IP address field should show the standard IP settings (http://192.168.101.1:6543). If that is not the case, press “Reset to standard IP” and “Save new IP” accordingly. In case the respective IP subnet of the MIRAI controller was altered from the standard one, enter here the new address instead.
It is important to connect all the components (MIRAI controller, robot, and the F/T sensor(s)) in the same subnet:
- In the MIRAI Training App, (main menu button → Network Configuration), enter the IP address of your robot. When the IP address of the robot has been entered, the first three IP digit-fields are automatically updated for the MIRAI controller and the F/T sensor(s). Assign the remaining field accordingly
- Alternatively, you can configure your robot and the F/T sensor to match the IP settings of the MIRAI controller. Configure the robot to use 192.168.100.100, and the OnRobot F/T sensor to use 192.168.100.15 (ATI sensor: 192.168.100.20). The MIRAI controller has the preconfigured IP address 192.168.100.5.