23 Feb 2018

Safe workstations with collaborative robot systems

What do you have to consider when planning safe human-robot workstations without guards? The German Social Accident Insurance (DGUV) has compiled the most important facts.

The use of collaborative robots without traditional protective devices such as fences and light guards requires the highest safety requirements. Which standards, rules and regulations must be complied with here?

The DGUV has compiled a guidance document for manufacturers, system integrators, operators, accident insurance providers and certification bodies. Download the DGUV Information now free of charge!

Pilz will also support you on your path to safe human-robot collaboration. Learn more now about our solutions tailored to the individual lifecycles of a robot system!

Further information:

DGUV Information “Collaborative robot systems” – now available to download!
Pilz solutions for safe human-robot collaboration

Human-robot collaboration
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