CEN Workshop on 'Guidelines for design of Advanced Human–Robot Collaborative Cells in Personalized Human–Robot Collaborations'

The Workshop will produce a CEN Workshop Agreement (CWA) which will define guidelines for a unified technological framework consisting of the integration of planning, perception, and communication in human-robot collaboration (HRC) systems. 

In particular, it will present the design methodology and deployment actions needed to provide a user-aware approach to HRC that enhances the flexibility of HRC systems. This is a user-centric methodology to shape the robot behaviour based on a single user's specific characteristics (e.g., age, skills, experience) and preferences (e.g., left-handed vs. right-handed), implementing personalized robot behaviour that can better serve the human operator and potentially increase the perception and acceptance of the technology. The guideline will be applicable to different robot categories and use scenarios.

 

This workshop is created under the currently ongoing SHAREWORK project which is carried out in the framework of Horizon 2020.

 

The secretariat is held by UNE, the Spanish Standardization Body, Ms Amanda Suo. The proposed Chair of this WS is Mr Néstor García Hidalgo.

 

The kick-off meeting is planned to be held on Friday, 7 October 2022 via a web-meeting, subject to the approval of the Workshop by the CEN Technical Board.

 

Requests to participate in the Workshop and/or comments on the project plan are to be submitted by 6 October 2022 to WS Secretariat, Ms Amanda SUO, at asuo@une.org. You are kindly requested to use the commenting form below.

 

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