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Robot assistants in manufacturing and home environments: Design and technologies for safety and dependability

: Hägele, M.

The National Advanced Robotics Research Centre; International Advanced Robotics Programme -IARP-; IEEE Robotics and Automation Society; European Robotics Research Network -EURON-; The European Network for Climbing and Walking Robots; University of Salford, Salford/England:
The Third IARP-IEEE/RAS-EURON Joint Workshop on Technical Challenges for Dependable Robots in Human Environments 2004. CD-ROM : 7th-9th September 2004, Salford, UK
Salford, UK, 2004
Joint Workshop on Technical Challenges for Dependable Robots in Human Environments <3, 2004, Salford, UK>
Conference Paper
Fraunhofer IPA ()
human-robot; Mensch-Roboter-Kooperation; robot assistant; Roboterassistent; robotic home assistant; Assistenzsystem; Sicherheit; Industrieroboter

Industrial robot safety has been well regulated by comprehensive international safety standards. However, no specific guidelines have been established for safety conformable designs and operation of robot assistants which physically interact with humans. During the last years the notion of dependability of human-robot interaction has been widely discussed. Dependability not only involves the safety of a robot system but also its operating robustness, particularly the system's availability, security, reliability, and maintainability in every day's operating scenarios. These additional requirements have motivated further research towards fault prevention, fault tolerance and fault forecasting in operating environments. This paper and the work described herein address the development of technologies and system designs aiming for safe human-robot interaction. Three complementing aspects are highlighted: (I) Safe system designs on the basis of practical scenarios in home and manufacturing environments, (II) Availability and current trends towards safety components for advanced robots, (III) Monitoring of robot workspaces and detection human motion.