Chapman and Hall/CRC
208 pages | 14 Color Illus. | 45 B/W Illus.
Human-Robot Interaction: Safety, Standardization, and Benchmarking provides a comprehensive introduction to the new scenarios emerging where humans and robots interact in various environments and applications on a daily basis. The focus is on the current status and foreseeable implications of robot safety, approaching these issues from the standardization and benchmarking perspectives. Featuring contributions from leading experts, the book presents state-of-the-art research, and includes real-world applications and use cases. It explores the key leading sectors—robotics, service robotics, and medical robotics—and elaborates on the safety approaches that are being developed for effective human-robot interaction, including physical robot-human contacts, collaboration in task execution, workspace sharing, human-aware motion planning, and exploring the landscape of relevant standards and guidelines.
1 The Role of Standardization in Technical Regulations
2 The intricate relationships between private standards and publicpolicymakingin the case of personal care robot. Who cares more?
Eduard Fosch-Villaronga and Angelo Jr Golia
3 Standard Ontologies and HRI
Sandro Rama Fiorini, Abdelghani Chibani, Tamas Haidegger, Joel Luis Carbonera, Craig Schlenoff, Jacek Malec, Edson Prestes, Paulo Gonçalves, S. Veera Ragavan, Howard Li, Hirenkumar Nakawala, Stephen Balakirsky, Sofiane Bouznad, Noauel Ayari, and Yacine Amirat
4 Robot Modularity and safety for Service Robots
Hong Seong Park and Gurvinder Singh Virk
5 Human-robot shared workspace in aerospace factories
6 Workspace sharing in mobile manipulation
7 On rehabilitation robotics safety, benchmarking, standards
Jan F. Veneman
8 A practical appraisal of ISO 13482 as a reference for an orphan robot category
9 Safety of Medical Robots, Regulation and Standards
10 The Other End of Human–Robot Interaction: Models for Safe and Efficient Tool–Tissue Interactions
Arpad Takacs, Imre J. Rudas, Tamas Haidegger
11 Passive Bilateral Teleoperation with Safety Considerations
12 Human-Robot Interfaces in Autonomous Surgical Robots
Paolo Fiorini and Riccardo Muradore