Proposed standards will provide a reliable and repeatable means for testing assembly capabilities of robot systems.
ASTM International’s legged robotics subcommittee has proposed a new test method for disturbance rejection tested of legged robotics.
New subcommittee is developing standards and testing procedures to evaluate the performance of quadrupeds, bipedals and humanoids.
ASTM International’s Committee on Robotics, Automation and Autonomous Systems recently approved the creation of a new subcommittee for legged robots.
ASTM International announced that its developing a standard based on the grasp strength of robot end-effectors.
The committee will initially develop standards for the performance of grasping-type end effectors, mobile manipulators and robotic assembly systems.
ASTM International is working on standards for assessing exoskeleton and exosuit usability.