Team-Mental-Models in Human-Robot-Teams: Application Scenarios and State of Technology

  • Project number: F 2369
  • Institution: Federal Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (BAuA) / HFC Human-Factors-Consult GmbH
  • Status: Completed Project

Description:

The increasing interaction between humans and robots leads to an increase in the variability of work systems and forms of work. Compared to classical industrial robots, new collaborative robot systems allow for example for a direct interaction between human and robot in a shared work environment. This results in a broad range of possible interactions between humans and robots in diverse fields of application. A systematical consideration of the specific changes in micro-, meso- and macro-level is necessary to fully use the potential for a provident, humane work design and to reduce possible risks.

The project “team mental models in human-robot teams” consists of three partial projects. The first one comprises the development of a higher level taxonomy of human-robot interaction with respect to the current and future technological possibilities. In parts two and three of the project ethical, sociological and legal principles of human-robot interaction are analyzed. The results are supposed to contribute to the formation of a conceptual framework for different forms of human-robot interaction.

Publications

Socio-ethical aspects of human-robot-interaction

Publishing year: 2019

Suchergebnis_Format baua: Report (in German)

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Ethische und soziologische Aspekte der Mensch-Roboter-Interaktion

Publishing year: 2020

Suchergebnis_Format baua: Report brief

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Mensch-Roboter-Interaktion - Philosophische und ethische Perspektiven

Publishing year: 2018

Suchergebnis_Format Book

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Mensch-Roboter-Interaktion - Eine Taxonomie für alle Anwendungsfälle

Publishing year: 2016

Suchergebnis_Format baua: Fokus

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Further Information

Contact

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Phone: +49 231 9071-1971
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