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D8.14 Report on the Contribution to Standardisation - FULL PAPER
UNE, member of the SHAREWORK project, is in charge of the T8.3 “Standardisation activities” and has prepared the deliverable D8.14 “Report on the Contribution to Standardisation” showing the results of the relations with Standardisation in the project.
Standardisation has been used as a valuable input for the project, considering the current documents as the state of the art of the industry in the fields of Human-Robot Collaboration, Robotics and AI.
The Standardisation environment has also been used for dissemination of the results of the project within the industry and public administration, via Technical Committees (TC).
Standardisation documents are commonly used in public and private community as the reference for industrial practices in Europe. Thus, including the results of ‘SHAREWORK’ in a CEN document was considered as a high success that should be pursued.
The main goal in task T8.3.2 was the drafting (and if possible the publication) of a CEN Workshop Agreement (CWA). After the assessment of the Standardisation environment made in M30, UNE presented to CEN a CEN WS Proposal and Project Plan for the activation of a project based on the “advanced Human-Robot Collaborative cells design methodology” established in personalized HRC systems of ‘SHAREWORK’. The activation was accepted and the Kick-off meeting (first WS meeting) took place virtually in October 2022.
The successful result of this group is the development of the CEN document CWA 'Guidelines for design of advanced Human–Robot Collaborative cells in personalized HRC systems'.
The European Standardisation system is one of the most relevant tools for “peer-review” of the innovation initiatives, as industry and public bodies from European 33 countries receive the information and can react, comment and participate.
The main dissemination result of this project is the CWA document, but the dissemination of the project through the Standardisation system, in physical meetings or using the digital tools of CEN, are also a very interesting source of visibility for ‘SHAREWORK’.