Integration of UML in human factors analysis for safety of a medical robot for tele-echography

  title={Integration of UML in human factors analysis for safety of a medical robot for tele-echography},
  author={J{\'e}r{\'e}mie Guiochet and Bertrand Tondu and Claude Baron},
For new robot applications, as medical robots, safety has became a major concern. The human sharing the working area with the robot led to integrate the field of human factors in the development. Hence, the human component has to be integrated in the early steps of the development process. Regards to the complexity of today’s robotic application, and to the requirements of a teamwork, we choose UML as the language. This paper focuses on the UML modeling contribution to the human factors… CONTINUE READING
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