Innovations in robotics & safety standards

February 2010
Indian Textile Journal;Feb2010, Vol. 120 Issue 5, p109
The article focuses on the white paper "International Safety Standards Keep Pace With Advances in Robotic Technology and Applications" from Rockwell Automation Inc. Major robotics and robotic systems innovations to be addressed by new safety standards are examined in the white paper. A team of global experts is developing new standards. The integration and installation of a robot system are addressed in International Organization for Standardization (ISO) 10218-2 standard.


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