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Scene Analysis for Service Robots [chapter]

Robert Eidenberger, Thilo Grundmann, Martin Schneider, Wendelin Feiten, Michael Fiegert, Georg v. Wichert, Gisbert Lawitzky
2012 Springer Tracts in Advanced Robotics  
A scene analysis module for service robots is presented which uses SIFT in a stereo setting, a systematic handling of uncertainties and an active perception component.  ...  The system is integrated and evaluated on the DESIRE two-arm mobile robot. Complex everyday scenes composed of various items from a 100-object database are analyzed successfully and efficiently.  ...  Conclusions In this paper we have presented a scene analysis module for service robots.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-25116-0_15 fatcat:5x3ls6ethrd6rjrf46dbh4ohci

Robust camera pose and scene structure analysis for service robotics

Sorin M. Grigorescu, Gigel Macesanu, Tiberiu T. Cocias, Dan Puiu, Florin Moldoveanu
2011 Robotics and Autonomous Systems  
The proposed scene analysis architecture is evaluated through experimental results within a robotic collision avoidance system.  ...  Successful path planning and object manipulation in service robotics applications rely both on a good estimation of the robot's position and orientation (pose) in the environment, as well as on a reliable  ...  In Fig. 6(a) , the disparity map calculated for the typical cluttered service robotics scene from Fig. 5(b) is presented.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.robot.2011.07.005 fatcat:c6bb7dywuvemtilkrahtfb3gqy

Ontology-Based Framework for Cooperative Learning of 3D Object Recognition

Parkpoom Chaisiriprasert, Karn Yongsiriwit, Matthew N. Dailey, Chutiporn Anutariya
2021 Applied Sciences  
To encourage more widespread adoption of service robots, we propose an ontology-based framework for cooperative robot learning that takes steps toward solving these problems.  ...  The framework was validated and then evaluated using a proof-of-concept, including a Web application integrated with the ROD ontology and the WordNet API for semantic analysis.  ...  Recognition Service to perform matching of the target scene with the set of Object Templates specifically for object A.  ... 
doi:10.3390/app11178080 fatcat:xgqcfkji3ra6peyz4e5zvayjqe

Comparison Analysis the Use of Modern Technologies by Fire Rescue Service [chapter]

Katerina Vichova, Martin Hromada, Jarmil Valasek, Frantisek Paulus
2020 DAAAM Proceedings  
And further for the analysis of preparedness of Fire Rescue Services for several emergencies. Pareto's analysis is also used.  ...  Conversely, a robot can be a way to get to the scene quickly. With the help of cameras, rescue services can monitor the current situation and assist. In Australia, they use TAF 20 robots.  ... 
doi:10.2507/31st.daaam.proceedings.074 fatcat:jgj6x4besnfvhb672su4x77hya

An Indoor Scene Classification Method for Service Robot Based on CNN Feature

Shaopeng Liu, Guohui Tian
2019 Journal of Robotics  
Indoor scene classification plays a vital part in environment cognition of service robot.  ...  To solve this problem, an indoor scene classification method is proposed in this paper, which utilizes CNN feature of scene images to generate scene category features to classify scenes by a novel feature  ...  Introduction Scene cognition is a key point of service robot cognition. Scene information can help improve robot service level.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2019/8591035 fatcat:wxsy3e6sdnfnfoialr6xa7ygpi

Power Grid Geographic Information System Construction of 2D and 3D Integration

Peng CUI, Ming-ming ZHANG, Hao-xiang DOU, Hui-yu WANG, Gao-pan HUANG
2018 DEStech Transactions on Engineering and Technology Research  
In the 2D and 3D integration scene, the application of real scene simulation grid, device management, substation robot inspection, city model rendering, meteorological information display and so on is  ...  The Power Grid Geographic Information System based on the functions of spatial query, analysis and display of traditional 2D and 3D Geographic Information System (GIS), which realizes the construction  ...  Two dimensional system provides texture service and other services for 3D system and 3D system sends texture, spatial query and spatial analysis to two dimensional system.  ... 
doi:10.12783/dtetr/icmeit2018/23396 fatcat:mpfhrgziw5circujej7mcpi3xa

Supporting mixed initiative human-robot interaction: A script-based cognitive architecture approach

Hogun Park, Yoonjung Choi, Yuchul Jung, Sung-Hyon Myaeng
2008 2008 IEEE International Joint Conference on Neural Networks (IEEE World Congress on Computational Intelligence)  
, we are rich, flexible, and extensible for a rob variety of situations.  ...  As complex indoor-robot sy and deployed into the real-world, human-robot interaction is increasin human-robot interaction is a good m actions of a human and a robot in a com In order to support such interactions  ...  Script / Scene 2) A goal inferred by the robot The robot always has to be ready for observing users' actions and objects being manipulated.  ... 
doi:10.1109/ijcnn.2008.4634389 dblp:conf/ijcnn/ParkCJM08 fatcat:rirmcaxzhbh6rbcgl5bk7k3ici

Towards Software Development For Social Robotics Systems [article]

Chong Sun, Jiongyan Zhang, Cong Liu, Barry Chew Bao King, Yuwei Zhang, Matthew Galle, Maria Spichkova
2017 arXiv   pre-print
We developed a web-based solution that supports the management of robot-guided tours, provides recommendations for the users as well as allows for a visual analysis of the data on previous tours.  ...  The results of our work were implement for the humanoid PAL REEM robot, but their core ideas can be applied for other types of humanoid robots.  ...  We would like to thank William Judge (CBA) and Alec Webb (ATN) for numerous discussions and support.  ... 
arXiv:1712.08348v1 fatcat:v5ys6netwvbwncy33q6fx5sxyi

Fault Detection Algorithm Design of Chemical Robots Based on Internet of Things and Deep Learning Feature Extraction Technology

Jian Yang, Li Yang
2018 Chemical Engineering Transactions  
Internet of Things and deep learning feature extraction technology, this paper combines WIFI and TCP/IP to optimize the RSSI path loss model, and obtains a path loss model with multi-path effects suitable for  ...  In order to improve the fault detection effect of intelligent Chemical robots, this paper design fault detection algorithm of intelligent Chemical robots.  ...  The second-stage robot continues to into the disaster scene for further information collection and detection.  ... 
doi:10.3303/cet1871221 doaj:76f4ae9e8b7f4745ad2a61d66dac984d fatcat:hlmsgmrc2neurimzrgaygxshiu

Markerless Visual Robot Programming by Demonstration [article]

Raphael Memmesheimer, Ivanna Mykhalchyshyna, Viktor Seib, Nick Theisen, Dietrich Paulus
2018 arXiv   pre-print
A scene analysis, based on an ontology of objects and affordances, is combined with continuous human pose estimation and spatial object relations.  ...  In this paper we present an approach for learning to imitate human behavior on a semantic level by markerless visual observation.  ...  Acknowledgement: We want to thank PAL Robotics for supporting us with the award of a TIAGo robot in terms of the European Robotics league.  ... 
arXiv:1807.11541v1 fatcat:tmzinvn4brdxpaq7thk6t6crze

A Computing Model of Selective Attention for Service Robot Based on Spatial Data Fusion

Huanzhao Chen, Guohui Tian
2018 Journal of Robotics  
Therefore we are trying to transfer visual attention selection mechanism to the scene analysis of service robots.  ...  Before the robots provide services, they need to complete a robust real-time selective attention process in the domestic environment.  ...  Journal of Robotics  ... 
doi:10.1155/2018/5368624 fatcat:6hlv3mrsizfydab7kupevw5cby

Development of OSONO, a service robot with reference to"Joruri puppet", and its choreography

Masahiko Narita, Sachiko Nakagawa
2020 International journal of service and knowledge management  
These service robots are required to attract people and to enable to exchange messages with each other.  ...  For one of this solution, by our original methodology, we have developed a physical robot named OSONO, with referencing to the Japanese traditional puppet theater, which is registered as a World Intangible  ...  Scene to verify Service robots need physical expressions as messages that suit their tasks.  ... 
doi:10.52731/ijskm.v4.i2.583 fatcat:5cjtc6ym7fefbpnk6elvdxfsqq

Human behavior recognition using unconscious cameras and a visible robot in a network robot system

Keiichi Kemmotsu, Yoshihiro Koketsu, Masato Iehara
2008 Robotics and Autonomous Systems  
In this paper, we present a human behavior recognition method necessary for providing guidance in a public space, which uses a tangible network robot system composed of a mobile robot and vision sensors  ...  We developed a network robot system integrating various types of robots via ubiquitous networks that introduce an interactive robot into areas in which people are located.  ...  The network robots need to identify human behavior to provide a desired service at the appropriate time.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.robot.2008.06.004 fatcat:3tj7f2wcobcv3kjrkvjvrfvhpq

A Comparison of Modern General-Purpose Visual SLAM Approaches [article]

Alexey Merzlyakov, Steve Macenski
2021 arXiv   pre-print
This innovation calls for a transformation in simultaneous localization and mapping (SLAM) systems to support this new generation of service and consumer robots.  ...  This analysis is motivated to find general purpose, feature complete, and multi-domain VSLAM options to support a broad class of robot applications for integration into the new and improved ROS 2 Nav2  ...  The KITTI 01 sequence was excluded from analysis due to its instability and unrepresentative nature for this service robot-centric comparison.  ... 
arXiv:2107.07589v2 fatcat:tmqzvdsigva27edmiaklkcfd74

Service humanoid robotics: a novel interactive system based on bionic-companionship framework

Jiaji Yang, Esyin Chew, Pengcheng Liu
2021 PeerJ Computer Science  
The results show that the interactive system based on the bionic-companionship framework can help the service humanoid robot to effectively respond to changes in the interactive environment, for example  ...  The humanoid service robot was integrated with the system to conduct preliminary tests.  ...  Cascianelli et al. (2018) used a gull-gated recurrent unit (GRU) encoder-decoder architecture to develop a human-robot interface that provides interactive services for service robots.  ... 
doi:10.7717/peerj-cs.674 pmid:34458575 pmcid:PMC8371998 fatcat:gdkckayck5aylmoczd6vj32szy
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