PRODUCTION DISTURBANCES — A SAFETY PROBLEM IN AUTOMATIC MACHINES

@inproceedings{HarmsRingdahl1986PRODUCTIOND,
  title={PRODUCTION DISTURBANCES — A SAFETY PROBLEM IN AUTOMATIC MACHINES},
  author={Lars Harms-Ringdahl},
  year={1986}
}
  • Lars Harms-Ringdahl
  • Published 1986
  • Computer Science
  • This article is based on statistics of occured accidents at automatic machines, and on analyses of four different types of automatic equipment in the paper and engineering industry. The statistics showed that correction of disturbances was the most dangerous task at automatic machines. For example in 30 robot accidents two thirds occured, while the operator made a correction. In the cases studied the operators sometimes had to make advanced corrections, which often were dangerous. A summary of… CONTINUE READING

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