Collaborative robot is a technology that has been around for a few years, but still haven’t managed to truly take over manufacturing in the way many believed it would. One of the reasons for this is due to the difficulty of getting the robot cell/work station CE marked. This Thesis would aim to define the requirements that has to be reached for the different levels of interaction between humans and robots, as well as developing a method for the process of acquiring a CE-marked cell.
(Left) Kuka IIWA in collaborative state. (Right) Different levels of robot/human interaction.
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