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To establish a safe human–robot interaction in collaborative agricultural environments, a field experiment was performed, acquiring data from wearable sensors placed at five different body locations on 20 participants. The human–robot collaborative task presented in this study involved six well-defined continuous sub-activities, which were executed under several variants to capture, as much as possible, the different ways in which someone can carry out certain synergistic actions in the field.doi:10.3390/engproc2021009005 fatcat:rxsgqbu3prf3dgjtih5j4optt4