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CRAOS | Collaborative Robots Applied in Open Spaces

Organizers Survey Form

Our Mission

 

The aim of CRAOS is to develop procedures for guiding safety validation of collaborative robots in open spaces, in particular exhibitions and trade fairs. The reason for focusing on this specific domain of application is that robots in public spaces impose higher risks of unintended human-robot contacts compared to well-studied shop floor applications. In addition, collaborative robots in public spaces are difficult to validate, as relevant standards and directives are not sufficiently applicable.

 

As collaborative robotic applications applied in open spaces do not necessarily need to satisfy the requirements of the EU machinery directive, exhibitors and trade fair organizers are in an uncertain legal situation in case of harming humans. To overcome this uncertainty, we aim to collect wide spread experiences through questionnaires from different domain stakeholders, such as exhibitors (manufacturers), trade fair organizers, visitors and governance bodies.

 

The collected data concerning current regulations, technical and organizational measures as well as the diversity of visitors are used as a basis to develop two protocol drafts - for collaborative serial robot systems and sensitive mobile manipulator systems respectively - to identify requirements satisfying safety conformity in open spaces.

 

Thank you very much for participating in the survey!

Please do not hesitate to contact us via contact@craos.eu, if you have any further questions!

 

 

 

This is an anonymous survey. There are 23 questions in this survey.


 

Who is responsible for this survey?

The CRAOS project consortium is carried out by Fraunhofer Austria Research GmbH (project lead) and JOANNEUM RESEARCH Forschungsgesellschaft mbH.

The entries of this survey are collected and processed by JOANNEUM RESEARCH Forschungsgesellschaft mbH (JOANNEUM RESEARCH), Institute for Robotics and Mechatronics, within the framework of the project CRAOS – Collaborative Robots Applied in Open Spaces.

Contact Person

Titanilla Komenda
Fraunhofer Austria Research GmbH
Theresianumgasse 7
1040 Wien, Austria
Mobile: +43 676 888 616 51
Email: contact@craos.eu

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