Mobile Robotics Safety Training
Autonomous mobile robots are one of the fastest-growing segments of the robotics industry. In light of this growing demand, A3 is excited to bring an all-new safety course to the industry. This Industrial Mobile Robotics Safety course will introduce the safety protocols and best practices for working with mobile robots in industrial settings. This course emphasizes the critical importance of ensuring the well-being of personnel, equipment, and products when deploying and operating mobile robots. Participants will be introduced to the various safety standards, risk assessment methodologies and safety guidelines specific to industrial mobile robotics applications.
Live Virtual Training
Jan 23-24, 2024
8:30 AM to 1:00 PM EasternRegister Now
More training dates to be announced soon
Through a combination of theoretical instruction and practical exercises, students will explore methodologies to identify potential hazards, implement safety measures, and develop emergency response strategies to minimize the risk of accidents and injuries in industrial environments. By the end of the course, participants will have reviewed the principles of effectively integrating safety considerations into the design, deployment, and maintenance of industrial mobile robotics systems and how to foster a culture of safety and efficiency within their organizations.
Virtual Mobile Robotics Safety Training
Training Fee: $395.00 per person
Students will be introduced to:
- Basic safety guidelines for mobile robotic applications
- Different types of IMRs
- The key elements of the mobile robot safety standard
- Roles of the manufacturer, integrator, and user
- The process for hazard identification and risk assessment
- Special considerations for risk assessment with IMRs / systems
- The challenges and implications when interfacing IMRs with existing equipment
- Requirements for verification and validation
- Example applications, systems, watchouts, and solutions
Prerequisites: Basic knowledge of robotics and programming concepts is recommended, but not mandatory. Familiarity with industrial automation principles will be beneficial, although the course will cater to learners from diverse technical backgrounds seeking to expand their expertise in mobile robotics safety.