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AbstractEnabling robots to seamlessly operate as part of smart spaces is an important and extended challenge for robotics R&D and a key enabler for a range of advanced robotic applications, such as AmbientAssisted Living (AAL) and home automation. The integration of these technologies is currently being pursued from two largely distinct view-points: On the one hand, people-centred initiatives focus on improving the user's acceptance by tackling human-robot interaction (HRI) issues, oftendoi:10.1515/pjbr-2015-0009 fatcat:6cs4e77npnfevfndmgtyp2td2m