Control, localization and human interaction with an autonomous lighter-than-air performer

  title={Control, localization and human interaction with an autonomous lighter-than-air performer},
  author={David St-Onge and Pierre-Yves Br{\`e}ches and Inna Sharf and Nicolas Reeves and Ioannis M. Rekleitis and Patrick Abouzakhm and Yogesh A. Girdhar and Adam Harmat and Gregory Dudek and Philippe Gigu{\`e}re},
  journal={Robotics and Autonomous Systems},
Due to the recent technological progress, Human–Robot Interaction (HRI) has become a major field of research in both engineering and artistic realms, particularly so in the last decade. The mainstream interests are, however, extremely diverse: challenges are continuously shifting, the evolution of robot’ skills, aswell as the advances inmethods for understanding their environment radically impact the design and implementation of research prototypes. When directly deployed in a public… CONTINUE READING


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