LIAA Standards

In the long term, the transformation impact of LIAA will be realised through the project’s active adoption of and contribution to existing standards as well as leading the formulation of new standards in the fields of robotics, automation, manufacturing and assembly technologies, simulation and operation, safety, information technologies, sensors and information fusion.

Towards that goal, LIAA will contact relevant standardization bodies, like the National Institute of Standards and Technologies (NIST), the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), the Object Management Group (OMG), the National Committee for Information Technology Standards (NCITS), the International Electrotechnical Committee (IEC) and the International Organization for Standardization (ISO), in particular the technical committee TC 184 “Automation systems and integration”, Subcommittees 2 (Robots and robotic devices), 4 (Industrial data) and 5 (Architecture, communications and integration frameworks). LIAA will also contact Special Interest Groups, like the FIPA an IEEE Computer Society standards organization that promotes agent-based technology and the interoperability of its standards with other technologies, to get their input and at the same time influence the agenda of those special interest groups to promote the results and findings of LIAA.

At the same time safety-related results of LIAA (risk assessment procedures and methods) will be made available to the Notified Body community (Machinery Directive) to serve as relevant input to issue updated RFU´s (Recommendation For Use) in order to support the acceptance of pre-standard applications of symbiotic robot systems.

Furthermore, LIAA will adopt the following standards/ frameworks:

  • Opens external link in new windowISO 10218 1+2 and ISO/FDIS 13482 – “Robots and robotic devices” are the safety requirements for industrial and non-industrial robots (e.g. service robots in industrial environments) respectively, specifying requirements and guidelines for inherently safe design, protective measures, and information about the use of industrial robots. They describe basic hazards associated with robots, and provide requirements for eliminating or adequately reducing the risks associated with these hazards.

  • ISO/TS 15066 - This Technical Specification supplements and specifies additional requirements for collaborative industrial robot operation as described in ISO 10218-1 and ISO 10218-2. It sets safety requirements for collaborative industrial robot systems and their work places (work environment). The requirements are addressed to the integrator as part of the risk assessment and design of the robot system. Robots for collaborative operations shall meet the requirements of ISO 10218-1 and their integration shall meet the requirements of the appropriate operational characteristics as presented herein. At this time, collaborative operation is a developing field. Therefore the values of force, pressure, etc. stated in this Technical Specification are expected to change in future versions.

  • Opens external link in new windowAutomationML, (Automation Mark-up Language) is an XML schema-based data format designed for the vendor-independent exchange of plant engineering information. The goal of AutomationML is to interconnect engineering tools from the existing heterogeneous tool landscape in their different disciplines, e.g. mechanical plant engineering, electrical design, process engineering, process control engineering, HMI development, PLC programming, robot programming etc.

  • The International Standard Opens external link in new windowIEC 61131 applies to programmable controllers (PLC) and their associated peripherals such as programming and debugging tools (PADTs), Human-machine interfaces (HMIs), etc. which have as their intended use the control and command of machines and industrial processes. PLCs and their associated peripherals are intended to be used in an industrial environment and may be provided as open or enclosed equipment. This standard applies to any products performing the function of PLCs and/or their associated peripherals.

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30.03.2017

Website of "Hybrid Production Systems" launched

2017-03-30 17:00 CET

The website of the workshops "Hybrid Production Systems" has been launched here.

This website is dedicated to gathering and disseminating the presentations of the...read more

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06.02.2017

4th Workshop on Hybrid Production Systems

2017-02-06 15:00 CET

The eighth edition of the European Robotics Forum will take place in Edinburgh, Scotland, UK from the 22nd till the 24th of March 2017 (http://www.erf2017.eu). Within this...read more

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07.11.2016

LIAA Integration Workshop

Date: 2016-11-07 to 2016-11-11

Type: internal meeting

Venue: Patras, Greece

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14.11.2016

LIAA 8th General Assembly

Date: 2016-11-14 to 2016-11-15

Type: internal meeting

Venue: Patras, Greece

 

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