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Toward Human-Robot Interface Standards II: An Examination of Common Elements in Human-Robot Interaction Across the Space Enterprise

Jeffrey Ferketic, Loel Goldblatt, Edward Hodgson, Sean Murray, Robert Wichowski, Arthur Bradley, Terrence W. Fong, John Evans, Wendell Chun, Randy Stiles, Michael A. Goodrich, Aaron Steinfeld, Dan King and Catherine Erkorkmaz
Carnegie Mellon University, AIAA Space 2006, September, 2006

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Abstract

We previously discussed the need for enterprise-level human-robot interface standards (data, communication, etc.) to enable effective use of robotic systems in space exploration. In that paper, an early commitment to standards development was recommended and a tentative path outlined. This paper examines in greater depth some of the underlying assumptions of our prior work and attempts to establish part of the foundation on which the recommended standards may be built. Specifically, we examine the premise that the broad range of human-robot interaction (HRI) needed for space exploration will present sufficient commonality to make interface standards feasible and useful. To ground our work, we explore one specific area of HRI and provide an initial roadmap for standardization.

BibTeX Reference
@conference{Ferketic-2006-9579,
title = {Toward Human-Robot Interface Standards II: An Examination of Common Elements in Human-Robot Interaction Across the Space Enterprise},
author = {Jeffrey Ferketic and Loel Goldblatt and Edward Hodgson and Sean Murray and Robert Wichowski and Arthur Bradley and Terrence W. Fong and John Evans and Wendell Chun and Randy Stiles and Michael A. Goodrich and Aaron Steinfeld and Dan King and Catherine Erkorkmaz},
booktitle = {AIAA Space 2006},
keyword = {human-robot interaction, user interface, space exploration, space robotics},
school = {Robotics Institute , Carnegie Mellon University},
month = {September},
year = {2006},
address = {Pittsburgh, PA},
}
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