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"Where am i?" acquiring situation awareness using a remote robot platform

H.A. Yanco, J. Drury
2004 IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man and Cybernetics (IEEE Cat. No.04CH37583)  
Human-robot interaction with urban search and rescue (USAR) robots needs to provide operators with a means of maintaining situation awareness (SA), especially since the USAR operators usually cannot see  ...  K e y w o r d s : Situation awareness, human-robot interaction, HRI, urban search and rescue, humancomputer interaction, HCI.  ...  In one run, a subject said, "I have no idea of where I am." Three minutes later, he added, "I'm all disoriented now." In another run, another subject asked, "Where am I at?"  ... 
doi:10.1109/icsmc.2004.1400762 dblp:conf/smc/YancoD04 fatcat:dkqjrgdsj5cfhm3h66ckcmqqme

Smart Sensor Web: Web-based exploitation of sensor fusion for visualization of the tactical battlefield

J.L. Paul
2000 Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Information Fusion  
The overall vision for SSW is an intelligent, web-centric distribution and fusion of sensor information that provides greatly enhanced situational awareness, on demand, to Warfighters at lower echelons  ...  Smart Sensor Web (SSW) is a recent DUSD(S&T) initiative inspired by extraordinary technological advances in sensors and microelectronics and by the emergence of the Internet as a real time communication  ...  SSW will provide the Warfighter with critical and timely answers to the basic questions of Situational Awareness: Where am I? Where are my troops and other friendly forces and what is their status ?  ... 
doi:10.1109/ific.2000.862666 fatcat:eb6k5uef6jemtmmot3lnzaoyre

Using a wireless visual sensor network to harmonically navigate multiple low-cost wheelchairs in an indoor environment

Feng Tian, Kuo-Ming Chao, Zuren Feng, Keyi Xing, Nazaraf Shah
2016 Journal of Network and Computer Applications  
Harmonic navigation of multiple low-cost robotic wheelchairs in a topology of wireless sensor nodes that are deployed in a dynamic and crowded indoor environment is a Non-deterministic Polynomial-time  ...  The third harmonic rule establishes the trade-off between the performance of humans and robotic wheelchairs.  ...  In previous works [17, 40] , we have described our solution to some basic problems of how to design a robot capable of knowing: 1) where am I going to? 2) Where am I? and 3) how do I get there?.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jnca.2015.11.018 fatcat:3oxugndvjnfkjpotvenflm3mxm

AgPi: Agents on Raspberry Pi

Tushar Semwal, Shivashankar Nair
2016 Electronics  
This paper describes how Tartarus, a multi-agent platform, embedded on Raspberry Pis that constitute a network, can bring the best out of the system.  ...  To reveal the versatility of the concept of AgPi, an application for a Location-Aware and Tracking Service (LATS) is presented.  ...  A user wearing the BLE device or a third party may wish to query this LATS to gather a range of information which include: 1. Where am I?  ... 
doi:10.3390/electronics5040072 fatcat:f2ui3ewogfbmtnzmovzpqtbhpi

(Computer) vision without sight

Roberto Manduchi, James Coughlan
2012 Communications of the ACM  
Finally, we conclude by highlighting a few novel and intriguing areas of application of computer vision to assistive technology.  ...  To this end, it is worthwhile to assess the situation critically by understanding the actual needs of the VI population and which of these needs might be addressed by computer vision.  ...  The goal of the assistive technology described so far is to create the equivalent of a "sighted companion," who can assist a VI user and answer questions such as "Where am I?", "What's near me?"  ... 
doi:10.1145/2063176.2063200 pmid:22815563 pmcid:PMC3398697 fatcat:aa2wlsixkvh2xdi7qbv7t7cbdy

Towards the Robotic "Avatar": An Extensive Survey of the Cooperation between and within Networked Mobile Sensors

Sebahattin Topal, İsmet Erkmen, Aydan M. Erkmen
2010 Future Internet  
This paper extensively surveys the networked robotic foundations of this robotic biological "Avatar" that awaits us in the future.  ...  research community, where all networks are connected and where you can connect/disconnect at any time to acquire data from a vast unstructured world.  ...  In simultaneous localization, mapping (SLAM) and exploration missions, robots try to answer the questions of "What does the world look like?", "Where am I?" and "Where do I have to go next?"  ... 
doi:10.3390/fi2030363 fatcat:5gxwfqeh25ahhiz7s3fxfrgrda

A cross-domain scientometric analysis of situational awareness of autonomous vehicles with focus on the maritime domain

Krzysztof Boguslawski, Jan Nasur, Jie Li, Mateusz Gil, Krzysztof Wrobel, Floris Goerlandt
2022 IEEE Access  
The present study investigates the worldwide research effort focusing on situational awareness for autonomous transport and explores how the maritime domain could benefit from it.  ...  From the safety perspective, it is critically important that such vehicles or the operators overseeing them maintain their sense of the environment, also referred to as situational awareness.  ...  at Hurricane Wilma [56] Journal of Field Robotics 2008 109 9.1 x 2004 IEEE Int. 6 "Where am I?"  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2022.3174097 fatcat:hrkvcm3ru5cdzemhbe3dxmzhvy

DEVELOPMENT OF INTELLIGENT HYBRID ARCHITECTURE FOR AUTONOMOUS UAV

Mostafa Moussid, Adil Sayouti, Hicham Medromi.
2017 International Journal of Advanced Research  
[20] Localization: Localization is a technique that permits the robot to give an answer to this question [21] : Where am I? It is the main point in any success physical interaction.  ...  This information, in conjunction with the sensory and situational awareness, is used to make appropriate decisions as trade-offs between the mission success and vehicle survivability.  ... 
doi:10.21474/ijar01/3196 fatcat:dnntv2qj7rbahbjao5zrq3gawy

User requirements for localization and tracking technology: A survey of mission-specific needs and constraints

J. Rantakokko, P. Handel, M. Fredholm, F. Marsten-Eklof
2010 2010 International Conference on Indoor Positioning and Indoor Navigation  
For instance, firefighters engaged in the suppression of a forest fire have other requirements than firefighters suppressing a fire in a high-rise building, or a conflagration in a large industrial complex  ...  Military personnel engaged in counter-insurgency operations face requirements different from those tasked to rescue hostages held in a closed environment.  ...  Also, the annual WPI workshop on Precision Indoor Personnel Location and Tracking for Emergency Responders provides a good opportunity to discuss and learn from firefighters and other first responders.  ... 
doi:10.1109/ipin.2010.5646765 fatcat:3f5uee7msrarni4gnckx2mr2gm

Artificial intelligence and machine learning landscape [chapter]

2020 Artificial Intelligence in Management  
Before committing to a definition of intelligence, let us first take a somewhat closer look at the problems one may reasonably expect intelligent machines to solve.  ...  They can operate 'autonomously', take advantage of remote intelligent services (e.g. in the Cloud Computing model) or engage with other objects to establish networks.  ...  Derenick (2020) defines drone autonomy as the ability to answer three questions: Where am I?, Where am I going? and How do I get there?  ... 
doi:10.4337/9781839104954.00005 fatcat:5j25xnrqizetxkeyekaboa6pki

Grounding the Interaction: Knowledge Management for Interactive Robots

Séverin Lemaignan
2013 Künstliche Intelligenz  
where am I?) to difficult (what past experience does my interactor implicitly refers to?).  ...  that the developer considers as already meaningful for the robot: remote semantic databases or initial (common-sense or situation specific) knowledge.  ...  . • Method: method refers to one single remote function offered by the service.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s13218-013-0246-3 fatcat:lzwey4kmoffqlobfwgzcggev5a

Research Progress on Synergistic Technologies of Agricultural Multi-Robots

Wenju Mao, Zhijie Liu, Heng Liu, Fuzeng Yang, Meirong Wang
2021 Applied Sciences  
of agricultural multi-robots, such as building a hybrid architecture of multi-robot systems, SLAM (simultaneous localization and mapping), cooperation learning of robots, hybrid path planning and formation  ...  Finally, because of these development characteristics, it is shown that the trends and research focus for agricultural multi-robots are to optimize the existing technologies and apply them to a variety  ...  , positioning and sensor fusion answer the question of "where am I" and building a map answers the question of "what's around me", and the answers to these two questions are the prerequisites for robots  ... 
doi:10.3390/app11041448 fatcat:sk5eu5j62vg6rkys62qhxzhphq

Location-based services and GIS in perspective

Bin Jiang, Xiaobai Yao
2006 Computers, Environment and Urban Systems  
This paper examines location-based services (LBS) from a broad perspective involving deWnitions, characteristics, and application prospects.  ...  The LBS modeling endeavors are cross-examined with a research agenda of geographic information science. Some core research themes are brieXy speculated.  ...  Sui and Hassan A. Karimi, who read an early version of this paper, for their constructive comments and suggestions.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.compenvurbsys.2006.02.003 fatcat:gflehnda5nemrguesspejhqz54

Infrastructure-Independent Indoor Localization and Navigation

Stephan Winter, Martin Tomko, Maria Vasardani, Kai-Florian Richter, Kourosh Khoshelham, Mohsen Kalantari
2019 ACM Computing Surveys  
The reviewed concepts rely on a mobile computing platform with sensing capability and a human interaction interface ('smartphone').  ...  This platform may or may not carry a stored map of the environment, but does not require in-situ internet access.  ...  COMMON GROUND FOR HUMAN INDOOR LOCALIZATION AND NAVIGATION Localization and navigation in indoor environments address two fundamental human information needs: the answers to Where am I and Where do I need  ... 
doi:10.1145/3321516 fatcat:auul7adfangupdzkur7i224ggu

Operational Release Of Activity Plan

Nikoleta Yiannoutsou, Chronis Kynigos, Christina Todorova, Julian M. Angel-Fernandez, Dimitris Diamantidis, Giannis Baras, Carina Girvan, Lisamarie Schuster, Christoph Hackenberger, Ivaylo Gueorguiev, Mavrantzas Nikolaos, Marios Xenos (+3 others)
2018 Zenodo  
behaviours, interactions A focus on skill development through the sharing of productions A focus on problems which the students perceive as real world The encouragement for students to come up with robotics  ...  This deliverable addresses the second year of work in Work Package 4: "Pedagogical Design and Innovation for Educational Robotics".  ...  These phrases should respond to the following questions: 1) Where am I, Who am I and What I can do? (e.g. the robot) 2.) Here is a (my) problem? 3) Who is this behind me?  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1473649 fatcat:wra6pnohxjhj7jewksurvcgkgq
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