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Cooperative Tasks between Humans and Robots in Industrial Environments

Abstract : Collaborative tasks between human operators and robotic manipulators can improve the performance and flexibility of industrial environments. Nevertheless, the safety of humans should always be guaranteed and the behaviour of the robots should be modified when a risk of collision may happen. This paper presents the research that the authors have performed in recent years in order to develop a human-robot interaction system which guarantees human safety by precisely tracking the complete body of the human and by activating safety strategies when the distance between them is too small. This paper not only summarizes the techniques which have been implemented in order to develop this system, but it also shows its application in three real human-robot interaction tasks.
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Juan Antonio Corrales Ramon, Gabriel Jesus Garcia Gomez, Fernando Torres Medina, Véronique Perdereau. Cooperative Tasks between Humans and Robots in Industrial Environments. International Journal of Advanced Robotic Systems, InTech, 2012, 9 (94), pp.1-10. ⟨10.5772/50988⟩. ⟨hal-00737775⟩



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