FRR Quality Mark

Our project to develop a Quality Mark for (AI Based) Robotics is now moving into the pilot phase. We are looking for partners!

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Windesheim and FRR Team Up to Develop Quality Mark Responsible Robotics

Windesheim and FRR Team Up to Develop Quality Mark Responsible Robotics

Windesheim University of Applied Sciences and the Foundation for Responsible Robotics (FRR) have announced a collaboration to develop an audit framework and procedures for an FRR certified quality mark for Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Robotics. The FRR Quality Mark intends to promote transparency and trust from the technology consumer and society.

FRR and Deloitte Announce Certified Quality Mark for AI and Robotics

FRR and Deloitte Announce Certified Quality Mark for AI and Robotics

The Foundation for Responsible Robotics and Deloitte are bringing together their diverse skill sets to create the FRR certified quality mark. This will ensure that best practices are met for the responsible design and development of the technology. The aim is to promote important features of products that will contribute to a better world, including environmental protection, sustainability, integrity, safety and security, and ethical design together with a consideration of societal impact and human rights.

FRR Quality Mark

The FRR Quality Mark for (AI Based) Robotics is a label on robotics products. It indicates that this product has received a positive assessment/evaluation from an independent external expert group on responsible robotics. Values taken into account are security, safety, privacy, fairness, sustainability, accountability and transparency. The project to develop this quality mark is currently in the pilot phase.

Pilot partners needed!

As a pilot partner, you will participate in a test-run of our certification process. Although we do not award certifications yet in the pilot phase, you will receive valuable feedback on how your company performs on our assessment principles, and what aspects you could further improve.