The brand new paradigm of Industry 5.0 envisages an increased leading role of the human operator in the production lines of the next future. Human-centric oriented solutions are going to be developed based on proactive human-robot collaborations, able to better exploit the skills and capabilities of both humans and cobots, mainly thanks to artificial intelligence. Several functionalities must be assured to reach such a goal, guaranteeing safety and flexibility, from human action prediction to object recognition and affordance. This paper offers an overview of the existing solutions for the various, separate issues, proposing a general framework for mobile manipulators assisting human workers, in a context of mass customization.

A framework for safe and intuitive human-robot interaction for assistant robotics / Cen Cheng, Pangcheng David; Sibona, Fiorella; Indri, Marina. - ELETTRONICO. - (2022). ((Intervento presentato al convegno 27th IEEE International Conference on Emerging Technologies and Factory Automation (ETFA 2022) tenutosi a Stuttgart (Germany) nel September 6-9, 2022 [10.1109/ETFA52439.2022.9921569].

A framework for safe and intuitive human-robot interaction for assistant robotics

Cen Cheng, Pangcheng David;Sibona, Fiorella;Indri, Marina
2022

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The brand new paradigm of Industry 5.0 envisages an increased leading role of the human operator in the production lines of the next future. Human-centric oriented solutions are going to be developed based on proactive human-robot collaborations, able to better exploit the skills and capabilities of both humans and cobots, mainly thanks to artificial intelligence. Several functionalities must be assured to reach such a goal, guaranteeing safety and flexibility, from human action prediction to object recognition and affordance. This paper offers an overview of the existing solutions for the various, separate issues, proposing a general framework for mobile manipulators assisting human workers, in a context of mass customization.
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