PILZ Inside Automation
Issue 9 2018 / Sep 28, 2018
Dear Sir or Madam,

Working procedures become increasingly more efficient the closer human and machine are cooperating. However, operators have to comply with the most varies standards and technical specifications. Pilz supports you with comprehensive knowledge of standards, products and services on your way to safe robot applications. In this Newsletter edition, you find out more about the requirements for safe robotics, and the current standards situation! In addition, we present the new service robotics modules for use in an industrial or non-industrial environment.
Visit us at SPS in Nuremberg from 26.11. - 28.11.19 and discover more about complete solutions for safe robotics

Come to our stand to find out more about the potential application areas for the new Pilz service robotics modules and the comprehensive services portfolio for robotics!
Further information


Light barriers – the ideal partner for safeguarding space-critical applications

You operate machines with an open insertion area and there is not have much room for installing safety sensors? In the last part of our series, we show you how to use slimline light guards to efficiently safeguard machines and plants. Find out more now!


Webinar - Human-Robot Collaboration: Robot Safety Requirements

Safe interaction between human and robot increasingly demands new technologies and solutions. This webinar will review regulations and standards applicable to robotics in the United States.
Pilz is a partner in the Rossini project

Pilz is a partner in Rossini, a project intended to optimise and disseminate HRC applications. A total of 13 companies from 7 countries are supporting the plan to reconcile theory and practice in the cooperation between human and machine. Pilz primarily looks after the fields of robotic manipulators and sensor development.
All guidance and standards for human-robot collaboration (HRC) at a glance!

The new HRC poster shows you what types of collaboration there are and how risks can be minimised when humans and machines interact. You can also learn the applicable limit values for force and pressure between humans and robots according to ISO/TS 15066!
Revision of the ISO safety standard for industrial robots

By May 2021 the safety requirements for collaborative robot systems in accordance with ISO 10218-1 and ISO 10218-2 must have been revised. Find out more!


Come see Pilz at ROSCon and iROS in Madrid!

From 29 - 30 September 2018, developers who work with the open-source ROS (robot operating system) software will meet at ROSCon in Madrid. Following this, iROS, the International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems, will be held from 1-5 October 2018. At both conferences, Pilz will introduce its activities in the areas of ROS and service robotics.