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Force Measurement for Risk Assessment


The risks typically encountered in collaborative applications result from the possible contact of robots with human workers. An essential point in the risk assessment of collaborative applications is therefore the measurement of collision forces.


The ISO/TS 15066 as well as ISO 10218, which will soon be published in an updated form, define permitted maximum values for forces in clamping contact situations, and this ultimately results in the possible speeds of robotic applications.


In our webinar "Force Measurement for Risk Assessment", Dr. Michael Zillich, CMSE explained which contact situations exist, what needs to be considered in their risk assessment and how compliance with the standards can be verified by force measurements.


For this purpose, measurements were also carried out live on site during the webinar.

Situations of contact

When do risks occur?

Risk assessment

What is there to consider?

Force measurements

How can compliance with the standards be verified?

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AIRSKIN vs. Cobots


Cobots are here to stay and with them the much bigger field of fenceless and easy-to-use robotics.

In our Webinar "AIRSKIN vs. Cobots" you can find out more about the current and future technologies behind fenceless and collaborative robotics and how AIRSKIN® positions itself in the race for the future of production in our webinar with our CEO DI Andreas Baldinger, CMSE. During the webinar, we also took the time to answer individual questions.


What advantages does AIRSKIN have over cobots?

Technical solution 

How can and may robots be used without fences?


Why are robots with AIRSKIN allowed to move much faster?


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Beyond 250 mm/sec


In our webinar "Beyond 250 mm/sec" Dr. Walter Wohlkinger, CMSE has shown different perspectives of the standards-compliant implementation of HRC applications. From guidelines, standards and laws to solution approaches, you will learn in this webinar recording how to ensure an efficient safety design of your HRC applications.

Laws and standards for manufacturers and operators

  • Distributor vs. operator
  • Standards vs. speed
  • ISO/TS 15066:2016,
  • ISO 10218-2:2020

The myth of 250mm/sec

  • Force and pressure as limits
  • ISO 10218-2:2020
  • Risk reduction

What am I allowed to do and if so how fast?

  • Case studies
  • Active vs. passive safety design
  • HRC with AIRSKIN


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Use Cases from the webinar

AIRSKIN and KUKA Agilus: Best of 2 worlds
KUKA Roboter with AIRSKIN® Module: Innovative Blumenbecker-Design
Fenceless KUKA Cybertech with AIRSKIN Palletizing Cell
A look behind the scenes: KUKA solutions for assembly in motion
POWER Cobot-Baureihe TX2touch

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