Wirelessly Connected Robots from a Compliance Perspective
By Engaged Expert Steve Hayes
Once a concept relegated to science fiction, robots have now become a ubiquitous part of everyday life. As novel applications for robots are continuously evolving, it is becoming increasingly complex to ensure that robots are fit for purpose and compliant with legislation.
Robots now clean our houses, build things and even perform surgery. This white paper paper explores the challenges involved in the testing and regulatory compliance of wirelessly connected robots as they become more integral to our daily lives. It supports innovators in the product realization process by clarifying the types of testing required for market approval.
To learn about legislative and regulatory compliance challenges for robots, download the free white paper below.
'Wirelessly Connected Robots from a Compliance Perspective' explores:
- The challenges of defining a robot
- The technologies used in wirelessly connected robots
- Considerations for wireless testing, EMC testing, and functional safety testing for stationary and service robots
- How to apply standardization to testing for robots