As robots evolve and increasingly interact with humans, enhancing the safety of personnel working with these “collaborative robots” (cobots) is vital. This course equips you to assess the safety of a collaborative robot workcell and prevent the chances of injury or harm. It imparts industry-endorsed safety standards, technical report recommendations and best practices from the International Organization for Standardization (ISO), Robotic Industries Association (RIA) and Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). Learners are introduced to similarities and differences between traditional robots, cobots and conventional machinery before delving into risk assessments, causes of robot accidents and collaborative applications. Material also includes key design techniques for reducing collision forces and a methodology for safety testing.
Collaborative Robot Safety: Design & Deploymentバッファロー大学（University at Buffalo）
バッファロー大学（University at Buffalo）
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ニューヨーク州立大学（The State University of New York）
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COLLABORATIVE ROBOT SAFETY: DESIGN & DEPLOYMENT からの人気レビュー
This course provides an excellent presentation of useful information and methods.
Very good information, tests were not proofread, but everything else was very helpful.
Good course, a lot of useful and helpful information, but it is quite superficial and lacks practical challenges.
excellent course , and this course really enhance my knowledge and give me new area for deeply study of cobots . I thank full to all professors and his team . regards