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Concepts of Operations for Robot-Assisted Emergency Response and Implications for Human-robot Interaction

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Author(s)

Jean Scholtz, Brian Antonishek, Brian Stanton, Craig I. Schlenoff

Abstract

In this paper we discuss a field study at Disaster City?, Texas in March 2006. First Responders and robot developers tried out various concepts of operations in a number of disaster scenarios. Observations, video data, and questionnaire data were analyzed and based on these results, we propose some guidelines as well as some future research areas for human-robot interaction. In addition to the guidelines proposed as a result of our observations in this study, we include design implications from other literature, both laboratory and field studies.
Proceedings Title
Performance Metrics for Intelligent Systems 2007 Workshop Proceedings, PerMIS '07
Conference Location
, USA
Conference Title
Performance Metrics for Intelligent Systems 2007 Workshop PerMIS '07

Keywords

Human-robot interaction, rescue robots

Citation

Scholtz, J. , Antonishek, B. , Stanton, B. and Schlenoff, C. (2008), Concepts of Operations for Robot-Assisted Emergency Response and Implications for Human-robot Interaction, Performance Metrics for Intelligent Systems 2007 Workshop Proceedings, PerMIS '07, , USA, [online], https://tsapps.nist.gov/publication/get_pdf.cfm?pub_id=51234 (Accessed July 23, 2024)

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Created January 6, 2008, Updated October 12, 2021