Supervision and Interaction Analysis of an Autonomous Tour-guide Robot Deployment

Abstract : This paper presents the design and the implementation of a new tour-guide robot and reports on the first results that have been obtained after its deployment in a permanent exhibition. The project is conducted so as to incrementally enhance the robot functional and decisional capabilities based on the observation of the interaction between the public and the robot. Besides robustness and efficiency in the robot basic nav-igational abilities in a dynamic environment, our focus was to develop and test a methodology to integrate human-robot interaction abilities in a systematic way. We first present the robot and some of its key design issues. Then, we discuss a number of lessons that we have drawn from its use in interaction with the public and how that will serve to refine our design choices and to enhance the robot efficiency and acceptability.
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Aurélie Clodic, Sara Fleury, Rachid Alami, Matthieu Herrb, R. Chatila. Supervision and Interaction Analysis of an Autonomous Tour-guide Robot Deployment. 12th International Conference on Advanced Robotics,, 2005, Seattle, United States. ⟨hal-01977554⟩

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