Up from the Rubble : Lessons Learned about HRI from Search and Rescue

@inproceedings{Murphy2005UpFT,
  title={Up from the Rubble : Lessons Learned about HRI from Search and Rescue},
  author={Robin R. Murphy and Jennifer L. Burke},
  year={2005}
}
The Center for Robot-Assisted Search and Rescue has collected data at three responses (World Trade Center, Hurricane Charley, and the La Conchita mudslide) and nine high fidelity field exercises. Our results can be distilled into four lessons. First, building situation awareness, not autonomous navigation, is the major bottleneck in robot autonomy. Most of the robotics literature assumes a single operator single robot (SOSR), while our work shows that two operators working together are nine… CONTINUE READING
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