Nowadays, the automotive industry still incorporates collaborative robots and their applications into the less traditional processes to automate them. The purpose is to make up for the skill gap, retain skilled staff, attract the younger generation, and increase quality. The paper brings a short overview of the automated collaborative workplace, including the PFL technique description and possibilities. Also, human-robot collaboration (HRC) is elaborated together with the example of such an automated workplace (with dual-arm robotic system participation). The specific contact (transient, quasi-static) between the human body and robotic system is described to fulfill the HRC and PFL technique. It also summarizes and explains ISO / TS 15066 details to apply this technique at automated assembly process example.