Requirements for Safe Robots : Measurements , Analysis and New Insights

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  title={Requirements for Safe Robots : Measurements , Analysis and New Insights},
  author={Sami Haddadin and Alin Albu-Sch{\"a}ffer and Gerd Hirzinger},
  year={2009}
}
Physical human–robot interaction and cooperation has become a topic of increasing importance and of major focus in robotics research. An essential requirement of a robot designed for high mobility and direct interaction with human users or uncertain environments is that it must in no case pose a threat to the human. Until recently, quite a few attempts were made to investigate real-world threats via collision tests and use the outcome to considerably improve safety during physical human–robot… CONTINUE READING
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