MRTeam: Human-Robot-Teaming for Complex ApplicationsCopyright: © IGMR
We enable teams of humans and robots to optimally solve tasks together, taking into account their individual strengths.
Our goal is to create methods and models that allow humans and robots to work and interact temporally and spatially together. We do not only deal with simple actions, but with entire activity processes in the form of complex action chains. Only in this way does the cooperation of humans and robots become an equal team in which each actor can optimally contribute his or her individual strengths, regardless of individual performance.
Human-Robot-Collaboration makes use of all research fields of IGMR. On the one hand, there are humans and their interaction with physical interfaces. In addition to robots, these are also mechanisms in the form of haptic devices and grippers. On the other hand, there is the robot, which must be enabled to understand the situation and human intention. For this purpose, in addition to the dynamic simulation of action sequences, human models are also used, which draw on our competencies in multi-body dynamics and reference modeling.
Enabling Technology for Human-Robot-Collaboration
- Capability-based Task Assignment
- Human-integrative Task and Trajectory Planning
- Teams of Mobile Manipulators and Task Forces during Firefighting Operations
- Teams of Mobile Manipulators and Workers in structured Indoor Environments
Application-based design of Human-Robot-Collaboration Processes and Devices
- Collaborative Grippers
- Inclusive Robotic Workstations
- Haptic Feedback