Safety for machines, robots and man
We make safety technology for robots and machines invisible for you. KeSafe D3 helps you to implement the different requirements for safety technology quickly and flexibly and guarantees the safe operation of machines and robots in accordance with current standards and regulations. Functional monitoring assistants reduce the need for interference with safety controls to emergency situations only. All this is ensured by our highly-integrated decentralized safety solution. Additionally, safer operation of machines gives series machine manufacturers more flexibility for planning their systems.
Your benefits at a glance
- freely programmable and scalable safety solution
- easily adjusted to machine options and versions
- safety based on abstracted, reusable and certified basic functions for logic, motion and robotics
- services to create a range of applications (human-machine interaction, cobots, …)
Convenient thanks to application tool
Wide range of safe machine options
Open and universal
for many kinematics types
Service and advice
Support for applications and start-up
Many years ago now, the automation expert from Austria investigated how applications in human-robot interactions could be expanded profitably, without a considerable need for programming.
We have systematically advanced the KEBA robot core with abstracted, reusable basic functions.
Secure co-operation with KEBA’s scalable safety solution KeSafe D3 is already available for all human-robot interaction applications subject to ISO TS 15066. The KEBA safety system for robots is not limited to any certain set of robot mechanics. KeSafe D3 is open and universal by design. It provides functions such as secure cells, safe Cartesian speeds and secure monitoring of tools for a vast variety of freely configurable robot types. Special features: Not only robots and their tools can be represented in the safety controls, but also additional axles moving the robot itself or with which the robot cooperates.
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