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Organizational concepts and interaction between humans and robots in industrial environments

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Moniz, Antonio

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Abstract This paper is discussing the intuitive interaction with robotic systems and the conceptualisation connected with known organisational problems. In particular, the focus will be on the manufacturing industry with respect to its social dimension. One of the aims is to identify relevant research questions about the possibility of development of safer robot systems in closer human-machine intuitive interaction systems at the manufacturing shop-floor level. We try to contribute to minimize the cognitive and perceptual workload for robot operators in complex working systems. In particular that will be highly relevant when more different robots with different roles and produced by different companies or designers are to be used in the manufacturing industry to a larger extent. The social sciences approach to such technology assessment is of high relevance to understand the dimensions of the intuitive interaction concept.
Keywords manufacturing industry; industrial robot; interest; research; social factors; work organization; interaction; automation; man-machine system; technology assessment
Classification Technology Assessment
Free Keywords Human-robot interaction
Collection Title Technical Challenges for Dependable Robots in Human Environments
Editor Yamada, Yoji
Conference IROS 2013 Workshop. IEEE-RAS-IARP Joint Workshop. Tokio, 2013
Document language English
Publication Year 2013
City Tokio
Page/Pages 6 p.
Status Published Version; peer reviewed
Licence Creative Commons - Attribution