Draft CEN CWA on Guidelines for design of advanced Human–Robot Collaborative cells in personalized Human–Robot Collaborations systems

The Workshop will produce a CEN Workshop Agreement (CWA) which will define a technical/methodological framework for human-robot collaboration (HRC) systems that integrates planning, perception, and communication. 

Specifically, it will provide guidelines for the design methodology and deployment actions to provide a user-aware approach to HRC cell that increases the adaptability and flexibility of HRC systems. This is a user-centric methodology to shape robot behavior based on a single user's specific characteristics (e.g., age, skills, experience) and preferences (e.g., left-handed versus right-handed), implementing personalized robot behavior that can better serve the human operator and increase the perception and acceptance of the technology.


This CWA will not define requirements related to safety aspects.


This workshop is created under the currently ongoing SHAREWORK project which is carried out in the framework of Horizon 2020.


The secretariat is held by UNE, the Spanish Standardization Body, Ms Amanda Suo. The proposed Chair of this WS is Mr Néstor García Hidalgo.


The CEN Workshop was kicked-off on 7 October 2022.


public commenting is organised for a period of 30 days on the draft CWAclosing on 2022-11-20 (24:00 CET).


Comments can be submitted to the Workshop Secretariat (Amanda Suo asuo@une.org ) using the commenting form.

  • Draft CWA ‘Guidelines for design of advanced Human–Robot Collaborative cells in personalized Human–Robot Collaborations systems ' (pdf)
  • Commenting form (word)


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