Safety standards for Robots and Systems

Usually, the procedure of the planning and development of a process of an assembly, inspection and measurement equipment using machine vision is split into precise determination of tasks and goals like detection, recognition, grasping, handling, measurement, fault detection, etc. and into machine vision component selection and working conditions determination like camera, computer, lenses and optics, illumination, position determination, etc. 

Robots are widely used in industry. They can perform unsafe, hazardous, highly repetitive and unpleasant tasks for humans. However, robots can pose hazardous risks to humans if sufficient precautions are not provided. Safety is a key factor in industrial and service robot applications, making robotics safety an important subject for engineers. Robot safety may be interpreted in various ways, including preventing the robot from damaging its environment, particularly the human element of that environment, and simply preventing damage to the robot itself. In a Human-in-the-Loop framework, autonomous capabilities can reduce the load on the operator and increase overall task efficiency. While a robot might not be able to autonomously handle a complete task in a robust and general way, we can use autonomy for sub-tasks that can be performed.

  • Robotics Ethics and Policy
  • Social Robotics and Safety
  • Sensors for Robot Safety
  • Intelligent Autonomous Robots and Safety
  • Wearable Robots and Safety
  • Rehabilitation System, Transfer Machine and Safety
  • Interaction Control of Assistive Robots and Safety
  • Human-in-Loop and Safety
  • Multi-Agent Coordination for Human
  • Human-Robot Interaction and Interfaces
  • Machine Vision for Robot Safety

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