Carnegie Mellon Robotics Institute
|Multi-robot remote driving has traditionally been a difficult problem. Whenever an operator is forced to divide his limited resources (attention, cognition, etc.) among multiple robots, control becomes complicated and performance deteriorates as a result. Thus, we need to find ways to make command generation and coordination efficient, so that human-robot interaction becomes transparent and tasks are easy to perform. In this paper, we discuss how human-robot collaboration and dialogue provide an effective framework for achieving this.
Note: this is a revised version of a paper (with the same name) that originally appeared in the Proceedings of the 10th IEEE International Workshop on Robot-Human Interactive Communication.
|Collaborative control, human-robot interaction, mobile robots, remote driving, vehicle teleoperation|
Associated Center(s) / Consortia:
Vision and Autonomous Systems Center
|Terrence W. Fong, Chuck Thorpe, and Charles Baur, "Multi-Robot Remote Driving with Collaborative Control," IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics, , 2003|
author = "Terrence W Fong and Chuck Thorpe and Charles Baur",
title = "Multi-Robot Remote Driving with Collaborative Control",
journal = "IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics",
publisher = "IEEE",
year = "2003",
|The Robotics Institute is part of the School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University.|
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