1. Tanja Kerezović, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Republic of Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina
2. Gabor Sziebig, Departmant of Industrial Engineering, Narvik, Norway
3. Bjorn Solvang, Narvik University College, Norway
4. Tihomir Latinović, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Republic of Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Interaction between humans and robots was always having great attention, as robots should never heart human beings. With technological development the totally separated operation of robots is being changed to closer cooperation. Industrial robots now can detect humans in their work- envelope and reduce their speed according to the motion of the human. This is a radical change to the previously in-fenced and no human in work-envelope concept. This paper is investigating todays’ policy and standards in human – robot interaction along with solutions for security of production cells. An example demo setup will also be shown, where the utilization of the newest technologies is emphasized. The paper also deals with introduction of high level control of security through simulation software.

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Conference: DEMI 2013

Date: 20.03.2013.