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2021 Cognitive Computing for Human-Robot Interaction  
interface, 207 Zoomorphic robots, 34À35 Zora, 63  ...  See also Mobile robot hand gesture recognition, 291À293 humanÀrobot interaction, 289À291 proposed design, 293À294 results, 294À306 hand gesture algorithm, 297À306 hand gesture and direction recognition  ... 
doi:10.1016/b978-0-323-85769-7.00024-0 fatcat:elwoct6va5fxnn37abjdykp3ca

Ethics and Robotics in the Fourth industrial revolution

SICILIANO, BRUNO, TAMBURRINI, GUGLIELMO
2019 S&F_scienzaefilosofia.it  
Work spaces will be reshaped over time, giving rise to new challenges for human‒machine interaction.  ...  In particular, the responsibilities for using a robotic system in a surgical context will be discussed, along with possible problems of medium- or long-term technological unemployment to be tackled on  ...  The distinctive features of a cobot are: • virtual and augmented reality • multimodal communication (gestures, voice, touch) Within the Industry 4.0 framework, new designs are aimed at making robots  ... 
doaj:225e8e3509a9459fbc720fa07bf1ea32 fatcat:3dd5hh4sxrduhftai2nju56mdu

An atlas of physical human–robot interaction

Agostino De Santis, Bruno Siciliano, Alessandro De Luca, Antonio Bicchi
2008 Mechanism and Machine Theory  
In particular, safety and dependability are the underlying evaluation criteria for mechanical design, actuation, and control architectures.  ...  Suggestions are provided to draft metrics for evaluating safety and dependability in pHRI, and references to the works of the scientific groups involved in the pHRI research complete the study.  ...  However, it must be pointed out that safety standards for pHRI are still not well defined in the scientific community.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.mechmachtheory.2007.03.003 fatcat:ukvp7hrr2vgl7k54talp5voojy

Safe and dependable physical human-robot interaction in anthropic domains: State of the art and challenges

R. Alami, A. Albu-Schaeffer, A. Bicchi, R. Bischoff, R. Chatila, A. De Luca, A. De Santis, G. Giralt, J. Guiochet, G. Hirzinger, F. Ingrand, V. Lippiello (+6 others)
2006 2006 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems  
This paper presents the state of the art in the field as surveyed by the PHRIDOM project, as well as it enlightens a number of challenges that will be undertaken within the PHRIENDS project.  ...  robots -rigid design for accuracy, active control for safety -by creating a new paradigm: design robots that are intrinsically safe, and control them to deliver performance.  ...  However, it must be pointed out that safety standards for pHRI are still not well defined in the scientific community.  ... 
doi:10.1109/iros.2006.6936985 fatcat:ta67bxjwpjfv3d3t7h2ekf3pli

ECOBEE: a tool for long-term honey bee colony monitoring at the landscape scale in West European intensive agroecosystems

Jean-François Odoux, Pierrick Aupinel, Sophie Gateff, Fabrice Requier, Mickaël Henry, Vincent Bretagnolle
2014 Journal of Apicultural Research  
This paper presents the state of the art in the field as surveyed by the PHRIDOM project, as well as it enlightens a number of challenges that will be undertaken within the PHRIENDS project.  ...  robots -rigid design for accuracy, active control for safety -by creating a new paradigm: design robots that are intrinsically safe, and control them to deliver performance.  ...  However, it must be pointed out that safety standards for pHRI are still not well defined in the scientific community.  ... 
doi:10.3896/ibra.1.53.1.05 fatcat:mejzmrgdlrgjhkqo7fkpj2g5p4

Table of Contents

2021 IEEE Robotics and Automation Letters  
Barry 2171 Zoomorphic Gestures for Communicating Cobot States . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . V. Sauer, A. Sauer, and A.  ...  Nejat 1793 Lightweight 3-D Localization and Mapping for Solid-State LiDAR . 2745 Self-Supervised Learning of Domain-Invariant Local Features for Robust Visual Localization Under Challenging Conditions  ... 
doi:10.1109/lra.2021.3072707 fatcat:qyphyzqxfrgg7dxdol4qamrdqu

Algorithmic machines [article]

Frauke Zeller, Monika Taddicken, Christina Schumann
2021
The aim of this conceptual paper is to provide a framework for the discussion of algorithms, social robots and communication sciences.  ...  Overall, the field of robotics, and particularly social robots, offers a broad range of research opportunities and exigencies for communication scientists.  ...  This feedback could be certain actions, for example when it is being told to move around, or gestures, or any other form of communication (colour/optical signals, etc.).  ... 
doi:10.48541/dcr.v9.4 fatcat:frcx7zgskbbz3gnjpjfaagxp4q

Modelling and control for human–robot interaction

Agostino De Santis
2008
Sensor-based modeling of a person has a very common interpretation in cHRI as a tool for obtaining information about human intentions, by tracking and decoding movements and gestures.  ...  An example of physically interacting robot providing power augmentation to humans workers is Cobot [40] .  ... 
doi:10.6092/unina/fedoa/2067 fatcat:av2szsqcyjc5fcpicy2f73xrsy

Human-Robot Collaboration in Automotive Industry [article]

SAHAR HEYDARYAN
2018
Another one is that the same physiological signal is triggered for a range of psychological states; it can be difficult for a controller to determine which emotional state the subject is in, or whether  ...  Collaborative robots are also called "cobots", robotic assistants or cooperative robots.  ...  For this purpose, firstly they simulated the collaborative environment with robot and human then tested for confirmation in real world (laboratory environment).  ... 
doi:10.6092/polito/porto/2710819 fatcat:eyyvhnerknfohjhxuycmdgouu4