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NIFTi is about human-robot cooperation. About teams of robots and humans doing tasks together, interacting together to try and reach a shared goal. NIFTi looks at how the robot could bear the human in mind. Literally. When determining what to do or say next in human-robot interaction; when, and how. NIFTi puts the human factor into cognitive robots, and human-robot team interaction in particular.   Each year, NIFTi evaluates its systems together with several USAR organizations. Rescue personnel teams up with NIFTi robots to carry out realistic missions, in real-life training areas. 
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Link Real-life human-robot team deployment in earthquake area
On May 20 2012, the Emilia-Romagna region in Northern Italy was hit by a sequence of earthquakes. This was followed up by a further earthquake on May 29, and aftershocks on June 3 and 6. The earthquakes and shocks caused major damage, in a region known for its rich and long cultural heritage. From Tuesday July 24, until Friday July 27, the EU-funded project NIFTi successfully deployed a team of humans and robots in Mirandola, Emilia-Romagna. The team deployed upon request from the Vigili del Fuoco, the Italian national rescue organization in charge of disaster response and recovery. The team was co-led by DFKI (Saarbrücken) and the University La Sapienza (Rome). The goal was to aid the Vigili del Fuoco and the Beni Culturali (Ministry of Culture) in assessing damage to various churches.
Link NIFTi robot with a new robot arm
NIFTi robot with a new robot arm
Link NJEx 2011 - human-robot team exploration of red building
 
Link NIFTi robot as Santa-helper
Video shot by the ASL team at ETH Zurich, using the NIFTi robot
Link Tunnel accident - UGVs in action (SFO, September 2010)
 
Link NIFTi Tunnel Accident use case at SFO
 
Link Volksbot
Functional experiments with rover platform morphology, using a Volksbot basis
Link ETHZ
 
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