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  • Padayachee, J; Masekamela, I; Bright, G; Tlale, NS; Kumile, CM (2008)
    The Reconfigurable Manufacturing System (RMS) paradigm has been formulated to encapsulate methodologies that enable manufacturing systems to display a variability of system functionality and capacity in response to constantly ...
  • Shaik, AA; Tlale, NS; Bright, G (Inderscience, 2012-05)
    Industrial robot arms are an essential part of automated manufacturing. They automate tasks such as component assembly, welding, light machining and spray painting due to their repeatability, speed and accuracy. The serial ...
  • Namoshe, M; Tlale, NS; Kumile, CM; Bright, G (Massey University, 2008-12)
    Despite advances in recent years, autonomous multi-robot systems remain classed as complex systems, because control and coordination of these systems remain a challenging task. Autonomous mobile robot houses heterogeneous ...
  • Thorogood, R; Bright, G; Nordengen, Paul A; Lyne, P (2009-07)
    In South Africa, heavy vehicles are currently designed according to stringent prescriptive standards designed and enforced by the national Department of Transport (DoT); these standards are regulated in terms of mass, ...
  • Xing, B; Bright, G; Tlale, NS; Potgieter, J (2006-07)
    Manufacturing companies are facing three challenges: low cost production of product, high quality standard and rapid responsiveness to customer requirements. These three goals are equally important for the manufacturing ...
  • Naidu, P; Bright, G; Tlale, NS (2006-07)
    Reconfigurable manufacturing systems refer to the ability to vary the manufacturing process such that customized products can be manufactured on a large scale. Customization should not impair the production rate of any of ...
  • Kumile, CM; Tlale, NS; Bright, G (23rd ISPE International Conference on CAD/CAM Robotics and Factories of the Future, 2007-08)
    A new competitive environment for industrial products and services is emerging and is forcing a change in the way in which manufacturing enterprises are designed and managed. Competitive advantages in the new global economy ...
  • Pancham, A; Withey, Daniel J; Bright, G (IEEE Xplore, 2015-05)
    The tracking of moving points in image sequences requires unique features that can be easily distinguished. However, traditional feature descriptors are of high dimension, leading to larger storage requirement and slower ...
  • Bright, G; Tlale, NS; Kumile, CM (Springer Publishers, 2010-08)
    Modular mechatronics systems comprise of mechatronics sub-systems that are functionally complete and can be independently operated. These sub-systems can be readily fitted and connected to, or in combination with, additional ...