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Deploying Robots in Everyday Environments : Towards Dependable and Practical Robotic Systems

  title={Deploying Robots in Everyday Environments : Towards Dependable and Practical Robotic Systems},
  author={Alex Mitrevski and Santosh Thoduka and Argentina Ortega S{\'a}inz and Maximilian Sch{\"o}bel and P. Nagel and P. Pl{\"o}ger and E. Prassler},
  • Alex Mitrevski, Santosh Thoduka, +4 authors E. Prassler
  • Published 2018
  • Robot deployment in realistic dynamic environments is a challenging problem despite the fact that robots can be quite skilled at a large number of isolated tasks. One reason for this is that robots are rarely equipped with powerful introspection capabilities, which means that they cannot always deal with failures in a reasonable manner; in addition, manual diagnosis is often a tedious task that requires technicians to have a considerable set of robotics skills. In this paper, we discuss our… CONTINUE READING
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