Robotic etiquette: Results from user studies involving a fetch and carry task

@article{Walters2007RoboticER,
  title={Robotic etiquette: Results from user studies involving a fetch and carry task},
  author={Michael L. Walters and Kerstin Dautenhahn and Sarah N. Woods and Kheng Lee Koay},
  journal={2007 2nd ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction (HRI)},
  year={2007},
  pages={317-324}
}
This paper presents results, outcomes and conclusions from a series of Human Robot Interaction (HRI) trials which investigated how a robot should approach a human in a fetch and carry task. Two pilot trials were carried out, aiding the development of a main HRI trial with four different approach contexts under controlled experimental conditions. The findings from the pilot trials were confirmed and expanded upon. Most subjects disliked a frontal approach when seated. In general, seated humans… CONTINUE READING

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