It's been a long journey for the ISO committee containing members from 24 participating countries, including representatives from leading collaborative robot manufacturers, who began work on ISO/TS 15066 back in 2010.
Designed to supplement the requirements and guidance on collaborative industrial robot operation provided in ISO 102181 and ISO 102182
(‘Safety Requirements for Industrial Robots’), ISO/TS 15066 specifies safety requirements for collaborative industrial robo...
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