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Since serving the first client in 1987, the focus of the University at Buffalo (UB) Center for Industrial Effectiveness (TCIE) is on improving the performance of organizations, developing excellence in people, processes and technology. We support hundreds of businesses annually, utilizing the resources of UB's School of Engineering and Applied Sciences. Our team resolves a wide spectrum of operational challenges through technical assistance, continuous improvement consultation, and professional education.

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Collaborative Robot Safety: Design & Deployment introduction video

POSTED 09/17/2018

An online course from the University at Buffalo – available on the Coursera platform – prepares learners to objectively examine collaborative robot (cobot) workcells and proactively eliminate hazards. The Collaborative Robot Safety: Design & Deployment course (https://www.coursera.org/learn/collaborative-robot-safety/?utm_medium=institutions&utm_source=suny&utm_campaign=UBcobotRIAYT) previewed here taps into provisions of ISO, RIA and OSHA.

Collaborative Robots This content is part of the Collaborative Robots curated collection. To learn more about Collaborative Robots, click here.