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m12-DR 3.1.1: Adaptive situated HRI for human-instructed navigation

This report presents the results of WP 3 for the first year of NIFTi. The overall objective of WP3 is to facilitate communication between the humans and robots, while jointly exploring a disaster area. We see communication as an inherent aspect of this team-working: How does what we say fit into the context of what we do, and where we are? In Year 1 the work in WP3 fo- cused on communication to support human-guided exploration of the robot. Characteristic for this setting is that a human operator is remotely located, outside of visible range of the robot operating in the hotzone. The commu- nication modalities include spoken dialogues and graphical user interfaces.

DR3.1.1-PUBLIC.pdf — PDF document, 7670Kb

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