On January 5th CSA Group published the first edition of particular requirements for rechargeable battery-operated commercial robotic floor treatment machines with traction drives.  CSA 22.2 - 336 is a National Standard of Canada.

Why Should I Care?

If you are a robotics engineer working for a company planning to sell floor treatment machines in North America (including sweeping, scrubbing, wet or dry pickup, polishing, application of wax, sealing products, and powder-based detergents or shampooing) then this standard contains important test requirements for you.

Is it a Legal Requirement?

It is not.

Why Should I Care Then?

Occupational Safety and Health Act in the USA and the Canadian Electric Code are legal requirements. All electrically controlled devices or systems in the USA must be approved.

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