Manipulation monitoring and robot intervention in complex manipulation sequences
Document typeConference report
Rights accessOpen Access
European Commisision's projectINTELLACT - Intelligent observation and execution of Actions and manipulations (EC-FP7-269959)
Compared to machines, humans are intelligent and dexterous; they are indispensable for many complex tasks in areas such as flexible manufacturing or scientific experimentation. However, they are also subject to fatigue and inattention, which may cause errors. This motivates automated monitoring systems that verify the correct execution of manipulation sequences. To be practical, such a monitoring system should not require laborious programming.
CitationSavarimuthu, T., Buch, A., Yang, Y., Mustafar, W., Haller, S., Papon, J., Martínez, D., Eren Erdal, A. Manipulation monitoring and robot intervention in complex manipulation sequences. A: RSS Workshop on Robotic Monitoring. "Proceedings of the 2014 RSS Workshop on Robotic Monitoring". Berkeley: 2014, p. 1-2.