Cooperative Human-Machine Interaction in Industrial Environments

@article{Anto2018CooperativeHI,
  title={Cooperative Human-Machine Interaction in Industrial Environments},
  author={Liliana Ant{\~a}o and Rui Pinto and Jo{\~a}o Reis and Gil Gonçalves and Fernando M. Lobo Pereira},
  journal={2018 13th APCA International Conference on Control and Soft Computing (CONTROLO)},
  year={2018},
  pages={430-435}
}
Recently, the concept of Human-centered automation is adopted in Human-Robot Collaboration (HRC) scenarios, where interactive manufacturing systems are designed to emphasize human activities, by relating them with Cyber-Physical Production Systems (CPPS). This research is focused on self-adaptation of industrial manipulators to the operator's physiological characteristics, which involve the correlation of different biometric signals. A collaborative environment was achieved by implementing a… CONTINUE READING

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