[robotics-worldwide] [journals] RCIM Special Issue on SAFETY in collaborative robotics and human-robot interaction - Deadline extension

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[robotics-worldwide] [journals] RCIM Special Issue on SAFETY in collaborative robotics and human-robot interaction - Deadline extension

Federica Ferraguti

*From research to industry: SAFETY in collaborative robotics and
human-robot interaction*
*Special issue on Robotics and Computer-Integrated Manufacturing*
**/Journal by Elsevier/
**Dear Colleagues,

We would like to inform that the deadline for submission of
contributions to the Special Issue on "From research to industry: Safety
in collaborative robotics and human-robot interaction" to be published
on Robotics and Computer-Integrated Manufacturing has been extended to
the 15th of June 2018.

In the following you will found more details about the Special Issue.

Collaborative robotics is a major trend in robot technology that enables
solutions where the operator directly accesses and interacts with the
robot, as opposed to traditional safeguarding where the access to the
robot system is prevented in operational conditions. Interaction with
access to the workspace clearly requires safety principles to be
implemented, like specific power/energy-limited robots or adding sensors
and control layers to regular industrial robot systems.
In order to have effective transfer of the scientific researches in the
field of collaborative robotics and human-robot interaction to the
industrial level, it is necessary to carefully and intensely explore the
impact of control/device technology on operational and functional
safety. This special issue addresses novel improvements and
opportunities in control, machine technology, planning and perception to
create robotic systems that can safely operate with the human operator
in industrial applications. In particular, the special issue aims at
presenting real industrial use cases based on the interaction between
the operator and the user where the reduction of the risks that is
obtained by exploiting the new techniques/technologies is clearly shown.

Topics include, but are not limited to:
•    Safe collaborative robotics in industrial applications
•    Risk assessment when bringing collaborative robotics in industry
•    Operators involvement in safe human-robot interaction
•    Regulation compliance for safety in collaborative robotics
•    Validation of human-robot interaction systems
•    Robot capabilities for self-assessment of safety measures
•    Estimation of probabilities and models of unintended behaviors by
either robots or humans
•    Toolchains for modelling and assessing safety of robots and of
•    Downgraded execution modes, self-healing systems and contingency
planning in safety

All contributions are expected to provide extended versions of reference
case histories.

For extended information about this Special Issue, please read: *
*From research to industry: SAFETY in collaborative robotics and
human-robot interaction


  * /S//ubmission deadline (extended): /15 June 2018
  * /Final notification: /15 December 2018
  * /Expected//pu//blication//:/ February 2019


  * /Federica Ferraguti/, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia - Italy
  * /Cristian Secchi/, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia - Italy
  * /Federico Vicentini/, National Research Council of Italy (CNR),
    Institute of Industrial Technologies and Automation (ITIA) - Italy
  * /Jeremy Marvel/, U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology
    (NIST) - USA

All papers submitted to the special issue must conform to the journal
submission guidelines. These can be found at: Guidlines for authors
Authors should submit their contribution through the EVISE system:
Submission site
When submitting their papers, authors must select *VSI:Safety in
industrial HRI*  as the article type.

For comments, suggestions or requests, please send an email to Federica
Ferraguti ([hidden email]).

On behalf of the Guest Editors,
Best regards

Federica Ferraguti

Federica Ferraguti, PhD
Assistant Professor
DISMI - Department of Sciences and Methods for Engineering
University of Modena and Reggio Emilia
Tecnopolo di Reggio Emilia, Piazzale Europa 1 - 42122 Reggio Emilia - Italy
tel. (+39) 0522 523531
e-mail: [hidden email]
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