The need for users’ safety and technology acceptability has incredibly increased with the deployment of co-bots physically interacting with humans in industrial settings, and for people assistance. A well-studied approach to meet these requirements is to ensure human-like robot motions and interactions. In this manuscript, we present a research approach that moves from the understanding of human movements and derives usefull guidelines for the planning of arm movements and the learning of skills for physical interaction of robots with the surrounding environment.

Modeling Human Motor Skills to Enhance Robots’ Physical Interaction / Averta, G.; Arapi, V.; Bicchi, A.; Santina, C.; Bianchi, M.. - 18:(2021), pp. 116-126. (Intervento presentato al convegno The 13th International Workshop on HumanFriendly Robotics (HFR 2020)) [10.1007/978-3-030-71356-0_9].

Modeling Human Motor Skills to Enhance Robots’ Physical Interaction

Averta G.;
2021

Abstract

The need for users’ safety and technology acceptability has incredibly increased with the deployment of co-bots physically interacting with humans in industrial settings, and for people assistance. A well-studied approach to meet these requirements is to ensure human-like robot motions and interactions. In this manuscript, we present a research approach that moves from the understanding of human movements and derives usefull guidelines for the planning of arm movements and the learning of skills for physical interaction of robots with the surrounding environment.
2021
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978-3-030-71356-0
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