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Robot Oriented Design by Thomas Linner, Thomas Bock

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6 Synchronization of Organization, Building Structure, and Manufacturing Technology by Robot-Oriented Design

Robot-oriented design (ROD) is a central concept for enabling efficient construction automation and in particular integrated automated construction sites, all of which use, knowingly or unknowingly, ROD elements. It is concerned with the co-adaptation of construction products and automated or robotic technology, so that the use of such technology becomes applicable, simpler, more robust, or more productive or efficient. The concept of ROD was first introduced in 1988 in Japan by Bock (1989) and served later as the basis for automated construction and other robot-based construction system sites around the world. It was developed to improve ...

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