Publikation

An Interactive Strategic Mission Management System for Intuitive Human-Robot Cooperation

Elsa Andrea Kirchner, Hagen Langer, Michael Beetz

In: Frank Kirchner , Sirko Straube , Daniel Kuehn , Nina Hoyer (Hrsg.). AI Technology for Underwater Robots. Seiten 183-193 ISBN 978-3-030-30682-3 Springer 2020.

Abstrakt

To enable cooperative task planning and coordination between the human operator and robot teams, new types of interfaces are needed. We present an interactive strategic mission management system (ISMMS) for underwater explorations performed by mixed teams of robots and human investigators that enables cooperative task planning and coordination between the human operator and robot teams. Main goals of the ISMMS are to enable robots to “explain” their intentions, problems, and situation fast and in an intuitive fashion to humans, to allow smooth blending between autonomous behavior and human control, to provide smart interfaces to mandatory external control and to enable adaptive task sharing while being optimized with respect to intuitive usage and interaction measured by behavioral and physiological human data.

Weitere Links

Deutsches Forschungszentrum für Künstliche Intelligenz
German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence