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 robot systems and the work environment.
ISO/TS 15066 is about to change how we think of safety when it comes to collaborative robot applications. Read the guide to understand how this new technical specification will affect you, your coworkers, your equipment, and your business.
- What’s new in ISO/TS 15066?
- Pain onset level data
- Who needs to read ISO/TS 15066?
- Widespread impact and benefits
- Real world scenarios
- Tips & insights
Please take a moment to review ISO/TS 15066 Explained.
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